Ex-President Bush (W.) has published his first book. Having lots of time on his hands now that he is no longer tearing up the world making it safe for democracy and corporate barons, he decided to put it to use by following more intellectual pursuits. The name of his first tome is 'Curious George' and it is about a young man who is sick of partying and ready to take on a world that he knows he is destined to be in charge of since he is a flake in the pie of the upper crust.
'Curious George' uses his simian-like intelligence to finagle his way into higher and higher levels, such as becoming the Governor of Texas using such inane...,er, excuse me, inate talents as pretending to be one of the regular folk of Texas. This is a pretense that most of Texas seems to take part in no matter what their status in society is. Then, using this talent and also having the extraordinary luck that the Republican Party is in need of a shill to front their agenda while they heisted the Treasury brings little Georgie into the White House.
From then on anything went! Curious Georgie has all sorts of fun bombing nations and making new rules making new rules but most fun of all is that no one can tell him what to do!!! Well, almost no one. Georgie does have to listen to stern old Uncle Dick. In fact, Dick tells him what to do most of the time.
Curious George has all sorts of friends that help him on his adventures. Mostly they help him fight the bad guys- Al Queda. He gets the President of England and China and Japan and Australia and all sorts of other countries to help him against them. They go over with big guns and planes and armored cars and blow up things and shoot people. Isn't that fun!
Wouldn't you like to have fun with Curious George? Too bad you weren't eighteen the last six years because you'd could have had the time of your life woping people in the Middle East in the military! Whooowee!