G.W Bush Presidential Library Breaks Ground

Funny story written by Henry Travis Krinkle

Monday, 16 July 2007

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Bush reading My Pet Goat

Today near Stone Mountain Georgia, a quiet ground breaking ceremony was held on the future site of The George W. Bush Presidential Library. Led by master of ceremony Karl Rove, a invite only crowd of Republican leaders, main stream media right wingers and members of the Saudi Royal Family gathered at a 12 acre plot of land donated by Georgia State Chapter of The Ku Klux Clan.

Shunned by most Universities and plagued by protests where ever other site was put forward, Mr Rove applauded The Klan for its generous donation of property and praised their leaders for their work in advancing the cause of like-minded white GOP members in the south.

This sprawling complex will house President Bushes classified Presidential Library, including the Karl Rove wing for truth in government, The Dick Cheney Center for transparency in government, and The Donald Rumsfield Atrium for Military Intelligence Research.

No questions were taken and all plans for the building are considered highly classified. The Library will focus on housing only works of fiction and fantasy. Copies of "My Pet Goat", renounced as one of President Bushes favorite works, have been donated by children from right wing neo-con and neo-facsist groups across the country.

President Bush commented that he was overjoyed and with that many copies of his favorite book, he may be able to complete one of his life long dreams of finishing the novel before retiring to his new ranch in Saudi Arabia.

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

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