Written by baloney

Tuesday, 30 December 2003

George H. W. Bush, defeated by Bill Clinton in 1992 after his first term as President, will be taking another crack at manning the reins in the Oval Office. Citing differences in core policy beliefs with his first born, he has decided to enter the 2004 Presidential race.

"I've had it," said Poppy Bush sternly. "We always knew Little Dubya wasn't too bright, but the way he gets led around by the nose by Wolfowitz, Perle, and those other neo-cons makes me want to vomit. It's more nauseating than Japanese food. Nobody ran my Presidency but me. I answered to no one - except the Rockefellers, Rothschilds, and Masons, of course."

Daddy Bush dismissed any apparent common bonds between himself and Bush's neo-con Presidency. "We didn't need to get Saddam to control the oil. We have other ways of doing that. Sonny boy wasn't given all the information, well, because we at the top didn't think he was smart enough to be trusted with it. Dubya thinks the big players come out of Skull and Bones. What an idiot. That's just a society to introduce those being groomed to the weird, perverted sexual activities of some of the other elites so there will be no shock and disruption once those practices are exposed. The problem with Sonny is he got a little to "in" to those activities, if you know what I mean."

Poppy sighed, "And Dick has been a real disappointment. He's just in it for the money now. He'll have to be dealt with."

When Poppy Bush was informed it was unlikely he could defeat the incumbent son, and that the son was likely to continue to be President, he shot back cryptically, "I guess you've never seen any Oliver Stone movies, have you."

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: Bill Clinton, Crack

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