Written by David Baker
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Topics: Award, Monster

Tuesday, 2 March 2004

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Not funny, just scary

In the early days of his term George Bush 2 was seen as a gift to all satirists the world over. He beat off stiff competition from such favourites as Ronald "thick as shit" Regan, George "Shrub" Bush 1 and Bill "Shag monster" Clinton to win the award for most ridiculous President of any country ever in 2002. America has a long tradition of completely ridiculous presidents dating back to John "The Slag" Kenndy and Richard "Liar" Nixon, but no one has come close to the downright mendacious stupidity of Bush 2.

"At first we thought that he was a gift" said Obadiah Asgarden, a satirist from New Jersey, "He's a stupid, ugly, cowardly, fundamentalist Christian and has completely mad policies that only serve the super rich. Any fool can satirise him and there lies our problem. Anything we can come up with is embarrassingly obvious. It's got to the stage that watching the state of the union address is actually funnier than most of the supposedly humorous satire about it. And now he has stopped being funny, just scary. Most of us are scared shitless about what he's doing to the world and think that making jokes about Bush is about as tastefull as burping the national anthem at your mother's funeral."

A Presidential spokesman cackled wildly and shrieked "Soon the world will be ours, all ours HA HA HA."

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