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Tuesday, 19 May 2009

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The Horse in Question

It was a very sad and withdrawn George W. Bush that faced reporters here on Monday. Speaking from his family's ranch in Texas, the ex-United States President admitted that the constant mockery of his supposed lack of intelligence is very hard on himself and his family.

"I may not be an Adam Einstein, but I am also definitely not a Homer Wilson or one of the three Stooters."

Reports claim that his youngest now tries to argue every point with him, believing that she is more intelligent than her father, obviously reading too much into media reports.

Reporters also bombarded him with questions relating to the alleged Area 51, and whether or not aliens do exist and if the fact is hidden by the American government.

"I have no comment on that particular line of questioning, not because I am trying to protect the truth. The thing is, no-one ever told me anything while I was in power, I wasn't even allowed to operate the TV remote without supervision. In fact if I didn't overhear Dick (Cheney) tell Tony (Blair - Ex-British Prime Minister) that Sadam escaped, I would have believed the same as everyone that he was executed."

After this comment Mr. Bush was hushed by his wife and then shepherded inside, while the press attending were sitting in stunned silence...

This confirmed what many people believed, being that GW Bush was merely a front for the real power tycoon, Dick Cheney, and that Iraq is not conquered by a long shot.

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