Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (Reuterus) - Speaking through an interpreter this morning, US President "Curious George" W. Bush talked about a profound sense of 'rightfullness' upon returning to his ancestral African home.
After staying up past his bedtime to watch an episode of 'African American Lives 2' on PBS last week, white simpleton Bush contacted black intellectual Henry Louis Gates Jr. to explore his own genealogy with astounding results. The self-described leader of the free world can trace his roots back ten generations to an 18th-century slave named Kunta Kinte, according to preliminary research.
"I guess you could say it's like a kind of 'man-fest density' for me to come back here to the great country of Tasmania and the African continent," enunciated Mr. Bush. "I particularly enjoy your lovable national mascot, 'Taz', and those sounds he makes."
"Furthermore, my newfound heritage could explain why the story of Little Black Sambo was always a favorite of mine."
After a day spent golfing and touring a natural gas pipeline, Mr. Bush intends to visit the capital city of Dodoma (which translated means "it has sunk") next.