While performing a parody of Al Gore in front of an audience of political supporters at his ranch in Texas, former president George W. Bush made what he termed a bold proposal to end global warming.
He began by making fun of the former vice president calling him "Al Bore,the incovenient goof" and mocking the fact that Gore lost the 2000 presidential election to Bush despite winning more votes--"If I wooped him by getting fewer votes just think what would have happened if the majority of folkes had actually voted for me. I'd be president for life, or something." Bush then became serious: "But despite what I think of Gore and the Clintons and that whole U.N. crowd of panzies and leftists, I'm serious about global warming! I live on a ranch and I know from personal experience how smelly things get around here on a hot day. With all these animals and all their manure and other waste lying around it can really stink when the temperature heats up. I think they call it the outhouse effect, or something, don't they?"
The ex-president then went on to present his plan to solve the problem: "There are over six billion people on earth and if we give each of them a little parasol fan and tell them to wave it up and down for an hour or so every day that'll bound to cool the world down, for a while at least, I think." Upon hearing this the audience was at first stunned into silence, but a few minutes later burst into applause and began chanting "Four More Years!"