George W. Bush may not have known at the time, but his tap dance on the steps of the white house summoned the ghost of former U.S. president and war hero, General Dwight D. Eisenhower. The former general arrived in the oval office, much to the president's surprise.
President George W. Bush jumped out of his shoes when he saw Eisenhower on his personal phone line. "Hey, who are you and why are you sitting at my desk communicating with the terrorists?"
The general explained to President Bush that he was not communicating with America's enemies but merely informing other white house officials of his historic visit.
"A likely story, Mr. Eisonhooters, if that is your real name." said President Bush, "It's a good thing that we allow America's giant telecom companies to spy on Americans in secrecy and without court ordered warrants. I caught you red handed."
Eisenhower's jaw dropped and he slowly put the phone down.
"That's what I thought." said President Bush. "Now step away from the phone and come with me."
The secret service handcuffed General Eisenhower, accusing him of being a terrorist sympathizer. Just then Vice President Dick Cheney ran in."
"Holy crap, what are you doing Mr. President!?" asked Vice President Cheney. "Why isn't he being water boarded yet?"
The President, showing great leadership and resolve, assured Vice President Cheney that everything was under control. "First things first, Dick. I want to show this terrorist what America's enemies and anti-war grannies are up against."
The secret service shoved Eisenhower into a secret government van as they drove to their destination.
"Where are you taking me?" screamed Eisenhower. Dick Cheney proceeded to take off his sock and shove it in the general's mouth to shut him up."
When they arrived, Eisenhower was shocked, and inquired what 'Verison' was. President Bush responded, "Don't worry, they never stop listening to you. Hey, I made a funny."
Eisenhower was taken into the secured building so that he could witness first hand the genius of their evil plan. Eisenhower pointed out something about the military industrial complex, but our tapes and documents were confiscated before we left the premises.
"And without judicial oversight we can do anything we want to." President Bush gave the signal and the secret service began clubbing and tasering President Eisenhower. phone operators began cheering after President Bush screamed out, "we got him. Now escort this traitor to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba."