Nearly two weeks after the Gulf States were devastated by Hurricane Katrina, the President of the United States of America, George W. Bush, finally saw for himself the devastation in his first official visit to New Orleans.
Accompanied by his Father, Former President George Bush, The president saw first hand what has become of the Big Easy'.
When questioned about why it had taken so long for him to visit the city, The President replied " it took this long to get Pa's boat down here, we usually hire a paddle steamer for our fishing trips but we couldn't get one, not even for me, and I'm the God-darn President!"
The President, dressed informally in blue jeans and suede jacket, spent nearly all day sat at the back of the boat just looking out over the water at the sight before him. We witnessed him completely still within his thoughts for over two hours until he jumped up and shouted "Pa, we got a bite". Former President Bush then jumped up and with an exceptionally loud "Yeehaa", pulled on his rod and lifted a medium sized fish from the water. Several minutes of Euphoria followed with lots of back slapping and manly punches to the upper arm. Former President Bush then took out a high calibre rifle and shot the fish at close range to " make sure he stopped wrigglin' " The President put the fish into a big orange bucket stating "We're gonna have that for our dinner later". We understand now that the President was later advised not to eat the fish considering the pollution in the area.
After the days fishing, Messer's Bush then spent 5 minutes meeting victims, who they told that they were doing everything they can " to help y'all, even you black fella's".
Later that day, from the Oval Office, The President sent out a heartfelt plea to the world. "You think of everything we have done as a country in recent times, he helped them yella fella's in Vietnam and Korea, we got rid of all Maddas Hussein in Iraq and the Tele-ban in Afghanistan, of which are very proud, they now have over 30 channels to watch I believe and now we are asking for your help. Please send us money so we can house and feed those guys, we have done what we can but unfortunately all of our funds have been tied up in legal battles to ensure we don't have to sign the Kyoto agreement. Every penny you give will go to the new New Orleans fund, and hopefully we can put the fishing right back on track."