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Wednesday, 11 June 2008

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America's former king, George H Bush, will shortly leave his Washington DC palace complex, after 19 years of occupance.

Saying goodbye to tearful servants, he said: 'My fellow believers in a republic - stop drawing on the wallpaper, George! - where was I? OK, the United States of America prides itself on leading the world by getting rid of an outdated system of ruling by family ties - be with you in a minute, Ted - and whatever the suckers at ABC believe. But now the end is near, and the Bushes face the filial certain - uh-oh, I'm starting to sound like my son, shows you how upset I is about this there endication, y'all.'

And King George's brain-damaged son, reformed cocaine addict and all round village idiot, George 'Idiot' Bush, said this: 'Where am I? Is this place a palace where George Washingdum liveried? Ain't them weapons of Miss Destriction in the john?'

But a passer-by, with weird hair and an even more ridiculous accent than George Bush's, and who looked a lot like a New York Senator, said: 'If I'd have got back into the palace then there really would have been snipers shooting at me! Lucky my name ain't Clinton, I'd have been so much more successful as Miss Rodham. In 1953 -'

Of course, America is a republic, and so has no monarchy, which explains why every President is usually the son of the last one, but Californian Governor Arnie Filmstar said: 'Jahowhl, Mein Kapitain. America needs a strong leader with a German name, just ask Theodore Roosevelt.'

King George Washington XX has left the White House, as have the British, who don't want to waste their money any more on colonies that can't win wars.

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