President Geirge W. Bush vetoed a bill that would have improved health care for American children, and then laughed it off as he dashed home in time to watch the latest episode of 'Hee Haw'.
Asked why he did it, Bush replied, "'cause I'm the Decider, ya see? And as the Decider, I'm also the Vetoerer. Vetor. The guy that vetoes stuff, ya know what I'm sayin'? Heheheh! 9-11! Don't mess with Texas!"
Bush was pressed for a reason why he would deny kids better health care, the President shrugged his shoulders as he picked a particularly large booger form his nose, and finally revealed, "Kanya West got it wrong, see? I don't hate black people, I love black people! Who wouldn't want to stand in the same room as Beyonce? It's kids I can't stand! Especially the short ones! 9-11! I hated 'em when I was a little guy, an' I still get all medieval when I see them having fun at the expense of all those people writing books about 9-11 and whatever. Beside...ya know."
When nobody knew what 'ya know' was in reference to, Bush rolled his beady eyes, scratch his nose, and nodded. Finally he shouted out,
"SOYLENT GREEN IS CHILDRENS! We need 'em for the Soylent Green and Soylent Green Lite, sick or not sick! It don't matter, okay! The sicker the better, 'cause then they'll stock more...uh...waita dang-gum minute. Cheney told me not to say anything about the childrens and Soylent Green. Golly gee willikers. Um. You didn't hear anything. Except that stuff about 9-11, okay! Don't let the terrorists win!"
Bush then jumped into a near-by school bus, where the fifth-graders went Medieval on HIM.