Austin, TX. - With a cry of, "No one messes with George but me," ex-First Lady Laura Bush jumped from her bar stool and with a solid uppercut felled Johnny 'Little Tree' Tyson of the Rattler's MotorCycle Club. Sprawled out on the floor amongst the cigarette butts and discarded peanut shells, Tyson barely made it to one knee before collapsing, out for the count.
Mrs. Bush found it necessary to come to the defense of her husband, ex- President George Bush, after he mistook the notorious motorcycle's club headquarters for a nearby high school gymnasium, where Mr. Bush was scheduled to give a pep talk before Friday night's practice football game. "After we got inside, George thought it might be good idea to have a beer, to loosen up a little so he wouldn't be such a stick in the mud like he usually is," Mrs. Bush said, "when that hoodlum blindsided him with a question about economics, in particular John Maynard Keynes book The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money," and Mrs. Bush added, "he wanted to know the role Hurricane Katrina might have played in the current economic downturn."
Wiping the perspiration from her brow Mrs. Bush continued, "George doesn't anything about economics, let alone know how to handle guys like these. But I dated dangerous boys when I was younger," she said with a smile. "That was of course before I met George."
President Bush sheepishly admitted that Laura would make an excellent bouncer at any rowdy Texas night club. "She's got grit all right, not to mention a great right cross. Whenever Cheney got our of line I would threaten to send in Laura, and that would be the end of that. How's that old saying about angry woman go - Hell lacks no wisdom like a woman stoned?"