David Feherty, writing as part of a five writer package considering life in Dallas for the 43rd president, titled "I, too, am a huge celebrity who happens to live in Preston Hollow. I expect George W. to drop by soon."
From my own experience visiting the troops in the Middle East, I can tell you this, though: despite how the conflict has been portrayed by our glorious media, if you gave any U.S. soldier a gun with two bullets in it, and he found himself in an elevator with Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Osama bin Laden, there's a good chance that Nancy Pelosi would get shot twice, and Harry Reid and bin Laden would be strangled to death.
Now, we in the golf world know Feherty and know his zany sense of humor (though I don't really sense he was trying to be funny here, it's just his take on our troops).However, there's one a problem here that has nothing to do with humor or the inevitable debates of political correctness.
Feherty is a member of the media working for a major conglomeration that broadcasts over federally controlled airways. Therefore, a conglomeration in need of governmental compassion and one probably crafting a list of things they are forbidden from saying or writing.
I'm thinking that provocative death fantasies, in print, involving government leaders and suggesting treasonous tendencies by our brave troops, would only be superceded on the NO-NO list by provocative death fantasies directed at your CEO.