anagrams, [an-uh-gram], noun; a word, phrase, or sentence formed from another by rearranging its letters
1. George W Bush's approval ratings = War is grave, boss. Graph to plunge.
2. Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan = Film, full of taboos broken on camera, agitates Kazak national furor, anger, hurt... Is nice.
3. Saint Patrick's Day = A tipsy drink? A cast!
4. United States of America = Dine out, taste a Mac, fries.
5. Democrats win house = A true wisdom chosen.
6. Suicide bombings = Scum, big in bodies.
7. Flatulence forces plane to divert = One farted feculent, evil crap. Lots!