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Tuesday, 14 January 2014

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Close-up of the new Cardinal Sin, as predicted by Dubya

Crawford, Texarse - A limited edition festive ornament designed by Dubya on sale for ten bucks at the President George W Bush Library & Mausoleum has stunned the world with its uncanny prescience.

Described on the center's gift shop website as a delightful Yuletide holiday artwork the glittery bauble first went on sale around Thanksgiving last year.

It featured a miniature portrait of a merry Roman Catlick archbishop clothed in resplendent scarlet ceremonial robes and surrounded by a bevy of Green Party choristers.

This morning there was disbelief at the Texan presidential center amid a Vatican announcement that the archbishop has now been identified as top Brit devil dodger Monsignor Vincent Nicholls.

Further, this archbish has just been gonged-up to full Cardinal status by his - and Dubya's - old mucker Pope Frankie the Argie.

And, in keeping with ancient Catlick tradition, Nicholls will be taking up the hereditary courtesy title of Cardinal Sin - something that Dubya's spooky sixth sense picked up on when he first painted his portrait.

Commenting on the spookiness of it all a George W. Bush Presidential Center spokesperson said Dubya's commemorative ornament is reminiscent of the White Horse Hysterical Association artefucts, a long time artistic inspiration for many former US presidents. (WTF? - 'Ed')

Apparently Laura Bush liked the bright red on the cardinal and the greens of the foliage that she even sent Pope Frankie one as a present.

The Vatican inauguration will be held on April 1st.

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