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Wednesday, 21 March 2007

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WASHINGTON- President George W. Bush was making one of his usual trips to schools last week. This time, the school was John Milner Elementary school in Piqua, Idaho. He spent most of his day with Mrs. Ueter's kindergarten class, where he helped explain shapes and colors.

He took, however, a quick hiatus to view Ms. Johnsons accelerated math program for 5th graders. Inside he saw the majority of the class struggling on an algebra problem. One kid however, had it already solved.

The president was asked by one student to explain the problem, which was said to be at an 8th grade level. The problem was find value of X if 2X-9=8+5. Bush's answer was X=34. The teacher informed him that he was incorrect. The other student got 11, which was said to be correct. George Bush seemed to wallow in shame as he left the school.

Half an hour later on Air force 1, Bush was still sore from the incident. He told anyone who would listen, "I was publicly disgraced back there, and that means my moral now runs low. I am this country, so, If my moral is low, and I am disgraced, so is the entire country". He then ordered that they immediately fly back to the school for a re-match.

The President arrived just as the day ended. He saw the kid who beat him about to leave, dressed, as the president described, "Like a rebel, with his pants baggy, his t-shirt loose, and wearing a hat in a school where I know that they administer rules against it. Chalkboards were brought out for them to write on, and a question was written on each. The problem was 3X + 5 = 6X - 10. George Bush was unable to solve the problem correctly, again, this time coming up with "a kajillion" The student came up with X=5.

George Bush has denied claims that he is now being tutored in algebra.

In other news, Al Gore and John Kerry Recently punched holes through their computer screens, exclaiming "HOW DID I LOSE TO SUCH AN IDIOT"

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