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Thursday, 25 August 2005

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America's new President Bush upon learning that he "Got the Job"

In a move likely to send ripples throughout MSNBC the Senate today voted 97 to 3 to outsource President Bush's job as "President Bush" to an unemployed fisherman, Kyung-Soon Yong of Seoul South Korea.

"Labor per hour is much much cheaper there" Senator Trent Lott of Mississippi told reporters adding, "We hate to see President Bush lose his job as President Bush but we feel that Mr Yong of South Korea can do an equal or better job as President Bush than President Bush, at a third the cost.

As CNN's Miles O'Brien pointed out, many Americans did not even know that there really does exist an official job title in Washington aptly named, "President Bush". O'Brien went on to explain ..

"Currently President Bush holds the position of 'President Bush' but nothing in the constitution explicitly states that someone named President Bush has to fill that particular job position."

Kyung-Soon Yong of Seoul, the new President Bush says that he is honored to get the job. Mr Yong, sources say will "tele-commute", that is, work out of his bungalow, in Seoul South Korea while performing his duties as America's President Bush.

"How wonderful is THAT" Yong said in a recent interview adding,
"Sure beats trying to catch fish. America. She is .. great Eh?".

When asked if asked if Camp Casey's Cindy Sheehan might cause him to withdraw US troops from Iraq the new President Bush said,

"Not unless Mz Cindy can make it over here to Seoul. To my bungalow."

Cindy Sheehan, currently back in Crawford Texas has been unavailable for comment but undisclosed sources say that she may indeed be planning a 70 day sailboat voyage across the Atlantic to Seoul to meet with the new President Bush.

The "old" President Bush, President Bush, expressed some dismay at losing his job as President Bush but said that life would carry on, even if he couldn't be President Bush anymore. He told reporters around Crawford,

"I might do a little fence mending, cattle herding, you know, stuff us ordinary Texans normally do around their multi-million dollar ranches".

North Korea, concerned that a President Bush now lives less than 40 miles away from their border continued plans for their first devastating global nuclear attack. As soon as they raise enough money to buy fuel for their missile.

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