Written by Chris A Weidert
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Monday, 7 April 2008

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President George Bush announced today that he and Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, when they leave their office for retirement, will join hands in Civil Union.

Putin and Bush have always had an agreeable professional relationship, but each world meeting left them both yearning for more. "It was like the pump at the gas station," said president bush, "sometimes you just want to top it off."

Of'course, the First Lady, is devastated. "He better not be pulling a Clinton!" said Laura Bush. "When he comes home he's gonna have one ugly, bitter wife waiting for him."

Bush is still optimistic. "I love my wife," showing obliviousness to reality. "Sometimes a man just wants to hang out with his friends. Think of it as a hot dog too big for the bun; you feel like you want to offer your bigger bun."

But Bush has always been against gay marriage, citing that gay marriage is for gays.

Gay marriage is recognized by only a few states. For those that aren't, people opt for an alternative. In 1989, Denmark took a few steps back when they invented Civil Unions. Since then, more people have converted in support of a "new fad." Civil Unions are for people who think they can keep their dignity.

Bush's daughter, Jenna, showed some confusion when asked about his father. "I thought he liked Vicente Fox? Great. I wonder how long this will last. He still goes to Mexico often for 'vacation.'"

Putin was not available for comment, but in the past has said he and Bush have a bond he's happy to have with another world leader.

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