OUTRAGED Democrats last night called for President Bush to stand down after learning he had leaked vital defence plans on a MySpace page.
The president has been hooked on the social networking site for months and uses it to post weekly blogs about Jesus, golf and pretzels under the alias Walker Texas Ranger.
But undercover reporters from the Washington Post suspected that the president could be behind the page after spotting several glaring geographical mistakes and countless references to the crusades.
They kept a close eye on the page and were stunned when Bush came home drunk from a charity dinner on Wednesday and posted a vitriolic blog revealing White House secrets.
The entry read:
"Can't be f***ed geting up tmrrow for a stoopid meating with deefence department about next munths attack on Iran. They think their so f***ing big just because they have a bunch of meddles and funny hats.
"They forget I'm the c*** calling the shots. They want to follow up the Iran attack with an assalt on Labiya but Im going to make them have a square go with Siriya instead. Let's see how the f***ers like that!"
White House officials immediately distanced themselves from Bush's website rant and assured the Libyan and Syrian ambassadors that their countries were not under 'immediate' threat.
They claimed the blog was down to rogue hackers but that didn't wash with the Democrats who called for the president to fall on his cyber-sword.
A spokesman said: "Clinton was almost hounded out of office for getting sucked off by the bird that looked like a ropey version of Ricky Lake so surely Bush has to go for this.
"His comments will cause a diplomatic meltdown and we can't risk further damaging leaks. The next time he stumbles home after a good swally he might post the release codes for our nukes on his stupid bloody site."