In a freak occurrence Friday President Bush's honesty created an Internet vortex imploding all the web sites that have been monopolizing on Bush's hot air for content.
This literally brought down 98% of the Internet. It's not really surprising considering all the attention this subject matter has garnered in the past few years
Mark Lowton, site administrator for TheSpoof.com, one of the sites affected, said, "It's strange that the disturbance seemed to be directly proportional to the percentage of material a site has dedicated to Bush or his administration".
Sites across the grid suffered anywhere from a minor flux in performance to all out code failure resulting in a total melt down.
Internet experts have surmised that Bush's honesty somehow created an information vacuum retrieving all the information pertaining to his sincerity or truthfulness. A black hole of good will.
Scientists are currently looking for the cause of this phenomenon so it won't reoccur in the future. The ramifications of the Internet being tied to politicians honesty could be catastrophic to say the least
From the desk of
Buck E Filbert
Jan 20 2007