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Saturday, 7 June 2008

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A part of the poster claimed to be put up by the Al Qaeda

Yesterday, there was pandemonium at the White House when President George W. Bush went missing.

It seems the mystery disappearance took place shortly after President Bush received a mail from an anonymous source which supposedly said something like this:

'We are coming. Whether you like it or not.
We are coming…for you.


White House residents were shell-shocked when they woke up early the next day only to find Bush's bed empty and wet.

One of Bush's weeping, loyal attendants said, 'I was going to his room to wake him up at 6, I always do - he can never wake up early - and I saw his bed empty, which confirmed our worst fears. We all knew about the mail he received.'

Unsuccessful attempts were made to track him down.

Condoleezza Rice, who needs no introduction, said in a swift, unconcerned, business-like manner, 'We tried our best, but apparently he knows the best hiding places in town. Or the country. Or the world, heck. I don't know.'

She also said that they were trying to keep the news away from the public for as long as possible.

'But maybe not as long as eternity, which is how it seems to be. If we tell them, they will go mad - whether out of anger or happiness, it remains to be seen.'

However, it is said that Al-Qaeda will leave no stones unturned in their mission to catch him. They have apparently put up posters (anonymously) across all accessible areas (see picture).

There was a little note below the posters (which could not be covered here, due to usage of minor expletives) which said 'International Terrorist: he, not us'.

The White House, meanwhile, awaits his return.

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