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Sunday, 10 December 2006

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Bush on TV causes paranoia and blackouts

Washington DC - (Ass Mess): Most young people watching TV coverage of George Bush are suffering side effects such as paranoia and blackouts according to new research published today.

Of the 50,000 teenagers aged 19 and under interviewed about the hostilities, nearly 49,999 said that they had nightmares about Bush and were seriously considering taking up self-medication palliatives such as cannabis or alcohol to get over the horror.

The news has alarmed experts at the World Health Organization who have called for urgent research on the effects of the Bush Administration on juvenile brain development.

And UNICEF psychiatrists have admitted that very little is actually known about the effect that Bush has had on the development of personality disorders in the youth of today.

"We have entered a dark era of ignorance", said a leading shrink at the WHO. "Teenage mental health has been deteriorating steadily since the day that Bush slimed his way into the White House.

"Lord knows what this has done to the youth of today."

Meanwhile researchers at the British Mental Health Foundation have issued a stern warning that clinical evidence of Iraq war trauma on the young is widespread and worsenes each time George Bush and Tony Blair appear on the news telling voters that War is Good.

"We're talking about uncharted waters here.

"We are talking a possible future birth-defects pandemic, widespread congenital deformities and related abormalities.

"God save America."

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