Bush Gets Behind Condi Rice
Condoleezza Rice has been nominated to replace the departing Colin Powell as Secretary of State. An inside source within the White House has suggested Dr. Rice has sought a more comfortable position with the Bush cabinet. As Bush's most intimate advisor, she has been instrumental in soothing the savage Bush within our president.
Now that George has been catapulted into world history like some circus clown from a cannon, his progress toward his vision of Armageddon is assured unless drastic steps are now taken. Sensible souls within both the Republican and Democratic parties have devised a plan to satiate George W. during the next four years. This secret action involves keeping Laura Bush in Texas while Condi does the jungle fever thing with George in the White House.
Yes, this is the first officially sanctioned Concubine-Secretary of State position in our nation's history. As the first African American as Secretary of State or National Concubine, Condoleezza Rice, is hoped to appeal to a broad cross-section of Blacks in the mid-term elections.
Since the Bush National Security Advisor, Condo's current position is generally known as front person for the president's policies, she is said to be pleased the president will finally get behind her. When informed of the change by Karl Rove, President Bush was heard to have muttered something that sounded like, "Bootilicious!" It has long been known Doctor Rice has had a thing for the president and has never been far away from him except when Laura was in the room. To avoid nuclear war, the "Condo Solution" was enacted this past Thursday.
George W. Bush has initiated a "Policy of Domicile", which requires Laura Bush to remain on the Bush Texas Ranch unless summoned to the White House for special events and a once a month "sleep over". Secret Service has the responsibility of security for Mrs. Bush and as such will keep her in Texas.
Now that "Candy", as Bush prefers to call Dr. Rice, has assumed her position, much is being accomplished in the Republican White House that has an element of diversity and bi-partisanship never seen in Washington. The attitude of the newly reelected president is remarkably upbeat. His work hours have increased considerably and the new emphasis on foreign policy has raised a few hopes for world peace among those very few Republicans paid to voice those hopes. Meetings with Dr. Rice are said to be the highlight of W's day. Sometimes at the end of meetings, President Bush is now heard to smile and say "Candy Time! I think got me a sweet tooth!" as he moves to private meetings with Condi. Yes, we truly have a new policy in the second term Bush White House.