Written by Stefano M. Stefano
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Tuesday, 20 January 2009

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"I'm gonna get that sombitch"

No sooner has Barack Obama been sworn in as the 44th American president, but the non-entity that is now the 43rd president is threatening to run against the new guy in 2012.

"Ya, see," drawled ex-president George W. Bush, "all I can see from this Obumpa guy is a whole lotta partying, and I should know because my presidency was one long party and vacation! All I've seen from this kid are parties and parades and hangin' out with his maid and her kids! What's up with that?!"

Bush went on to proclaim his intentions to run again in 2012, something that's not even allowed according to the law.

"Aaaaaaah! But ya sees I made a decision to do it, 'cause I'm The Decider, see? The way I'm gonna get my job back is to use one of them new-fangled Men In Black memory wipers! I'm gonna get some air time on the tv, and flash everyone, then I'm gonna tell 'em to forget about me, so I can run again in twenty thousand and twelve."

When a reporter tried to correct him by saying '2012', Bush flipped out, shouting, "Hey! You and everyone else has misunderestimated me because I'm the king of misunestimationalism! I'll get it right one of these days! Y'all just hafta forget about me first!"

Judging by the Obama presidency, that just might be very easy, after all.

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