Bushnation Adds Still another Humiliating Blunder!

Funny story written by Pointer

Wednesday, 14 May 2008

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President Bush supported the ban on foreign workers unloading ships from around the world

Just when you thought the destruction of Iraq and New Orleans, the alienation of the US around the world, the collapse of not just the dollar but the entire US economy was all the damage Bushnation could do...a new "unfortunate choice of words" has vomited out of the deadly orifice of the worst administration ever.

Innocent foreign students with visas to study in the US have like generations of their predecessors sought work visas to work their way through school.

The Transportation Security Administration told WJ Von Appel, an oceanography student from MIT that he could not work anywhere near water because "He posed a security risk". Is it a coincidence that the official issuing these paranoid poison pen letters is named Busch, John M. that is.

Five thousand foreign exchange students have received one of Busch's "unfortunate choice of words" missives.

Sophie Clayton who studied Homeland security at MIT realized that this was not just a bureaucratic blunder: "They have labeled me unemployable in my chosen field of expertise!"

When Transportation Dept spokesperson and former stripper Anne Howe was asked to comment on yet another Bush fiasco she said that unfortunate choice of words was one of the clever trademarks of the Bush branding and "who wanted foreigners near American waters any way?!"

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