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Sunday, 16 November 2008

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Bush visits the clinic where he will be committed

WASHINGTON (FMLiveWire) -- President George W. Bush says he looks forward to "a nice quiet padded cell" when he leaves the White House shortly to make way for Barack Obama.

"Imagine having peace and quiet for a change, regular medications and supervised walks in an asylum," mused Bush in an exclusive interview with FMLiveWire. "That would be Heaven!"

Bush explained that the Republican National Committee (RNC) would cheerfully foot the bill for his being committed at a first-class institution for a long rest.

"The RNC says they want me to lie low after all the great work I've done as president," explained Bush. "They say they admire my wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the way I'm leading the USA out of financial crisis and recession, and for letting the GOP have a rest while Obama takes over."

Dick Cheney will also receive treatment at the same place, along with all the advisors and staff that propped up the Bush administration for the last eight years.

"That place has puzzles to play with and a pond with ducks I can feed too," added Bush dreamily. "Gosh it will be so good to take a lengthy vacation at a place like that."

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