(Washington) - In his weekly radio address, President George W. Bush used the forbidden and emotionally charged "N" word. In a speech about the nation's energy policy, or lack thereof, the president repeatedly dropped the inflammatory N word.
Listeners were shocked and appalled at the use of the word.
One alternate energy spokesperson commented, "It was almost as if he didn't know any better. Didn't know you can't say the N word in public. And, worse, he said it again and again!"
Democrats were quick to respond,"We don't use the N word, it's politically incorrect and, ideologically, it's a big no-no."
According to official transcripts of the president's energy policy speech, he did indeed use the N word an incredible 9 times. He was speaking about America's dependency on oil and alternate energy sources and power. He promoted nuclear power. Nuclear. The dreaded N word.
copyright 2007 Andrew Lawrence