George Bush has this week released his biography, which he has controversially entitled "I was right". It explains how Mr Bush was right about every single decision during his presidency, from the invasion of Iraq to his reading of "My Pet Goat" during 9/11.
His ghost writer, Mr Borj Goose, said "It's true. The invasion of Iraq was essential to prevent Saddam from killing millions of Iraqis. And the gentle tale of 'My Pet Goat' helped to calm the nation down during that traumatic day."
The book also makes other sensational claims about decisions during Bush Junior's presidency, including:
- It was right to wait a few days before declaring an official state of disaster following Hurricane Katrina, because it wasn't a disaster until we waited.
- The Afghan war was successful, which is proven because no terrorist incidents have occurred on September 11th within the United States since 2001.
- It was ok for the CIA to use waterboarding, because, as Mr Bush himself said, "Muslims can't surf".