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Saturday, 19 January 2008

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The Bushes met a crude and watery early grave to save Barbara Bush's ass

Manhattan, NY - (Reuterus): Classified documents released by NATO military intelligence under the 30 year rule claim that the real George W Bush was pickled by New York mobsters in a 100 gallon vat of marker crude and buried under the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir in 1969.

He lies near his father, the real George Herbert Bush, who was also given a similar Mob send-off after Barbara Bush got an ultimatum by the Warren Commission of either joining Alcoholics Anonymous or ditching her drunken family enablers.

Reason prevailed.

Declassified papers also offer a glimpse into the fraternal double-act that has since prevailed under the George Bush Senior and Junior re-incarnations.

The lurid details do nothing to allay NATO worst fears about their DNA connections to Hitler and his Pope, Pious the Fascist.

Both Bush Senior #2 and Bush Junior #2 are described as Cuban-born former KGB agents whose careers were spawned in the wake of Nikita Khruschev's megalomaniac aspirations to launch an atomic bomb at Florida during the Cuban missile debacle of John F Kennedy's presidency.

The documents make no mention of dredging or pumping out the Manhattan reservoir to fish out the bodies.

Barbara Bush is one sweet old lady.

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