Prairie Chapel, Texas and The White House---With Barney and Miss Beazley, his Scottish Terriers, and Willie India, his black cat, having overrun the White House and the Democrats enacting their usual political mayhem, incumbent President George Bush is making big plans to retake Washington and the Oval Office by acclaim, if necessary, to ensure that he can Act like the President for the remainder of his second term.
With only Ofelia, the family longhorn living on the Bush family ranch in Texas, Forty-third President George W. Bush has gathered his numerous and sundry advisors around him in a make shift political war room in the rear of his spread in Prairie Chapel, Texas.
G. W. Bush tells his assembled advisors, "We can't let things go to pot. We've got to grab the situation by the tail and face the new reality. The initiative will be ours until the Democrats do something. Although that is unlikely as issues stand."
"Since the Democrats aren't going to go away and I still have a country to run and decisions that have to be made, we have a lot to do. We have to plan and prepare and be ready"
Karl Rove advises, "We're going to have to take the initiative. We're going to have to stick to our agenda. Honest judges. Effective Administrative Appointments. Meaningful laws. Rescuing Social Security from the abysmal clutches of insolvency. Making the world safe for people to live in with peace and quiet for all men and women who want a piece of quite a lot of what America has to offer. And bringing back some of that old time confidence in our fateful government decisions and law and order, believe it or not."
Advised of the upcoming meeting on September 7 with Chinese Chairman, "Hu?" Jintao, G. W. asks, "What's on the agenda?"
"The Chinese want energy, several nuclear water reactors, a couple of planes and a bucketful of Big Macs and other agricultural products. And a lot of high technology and low entree requirements," he is told.
"What else could they want?"
"I'm sure they'll tell us!"
Wrapping up his near term agenda, President Bush calls the strategy meeting to an end and tells his Chief of Staff to make sure he knows where the cats and dogs are hiding.
"The dogs live with chief usher and the cat plays hide and seek all day in the library. Securing the perimeter is going to be a piece of cake."
"Let's go for it," George W. summarizes.