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Monday, 21 April 2008

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We Can See so Buzz off Bush

Washington, DC (Moonbat Times): An intrepid reporter, along with an assigned paparazzi, following Pres. George W. Bush, watched a 2-part tale of feline trickery yesterday morning & evening. The writer & photographer watched Cadillac One early in the a.m. & saw the President motion his chauffeur to pull over at the curb on Pennsylvania Avenue.

Mr. Bush got out, walked over to a young boy with a box of 10 kittens, and asked about the sign which read "Free Republican Kittens." The boy told Bush that the sign would attract more passersby to stop & ask because all the people at the White House & the Old Executive Office Building, Treasury, etc., were republicans and would be both curious & interested.

The President complimented the youngster on his marketing savvy then got back in "The Beast" limousine. The 2 Moonbat journalists waited, up the street, hoping for a photo opportunity of Mr. Bush falling down or walking into a gate or some other big-time news story. In the early evening, Cadillac One came out of the gate.

As The Beast came up the street, the President again motioned the driver to pull over. The boy was still on the sidewalk with his box of now only 6 kittens, but the sign read "Free Democratic Kittens." Mr. Bush walked over and asked the kid about the changed sign. The boy said, "Mr. President, they can't be republican kittens anymore because their eyes are wide open now."

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