Written by matwil

Friday, 30 May 2008

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Presidential Bushmills

Today, in a first, President George W. Bush dispensed with his speech writers, and autocue machine, and decided to make his own speech about Iraq.

Not even needing notes, as he ad-libbed in front of a packed White House audience, he said :'My fellow Armenians, what we have today is a crisis, a crisis of crisis-like perportions in Iraq.

'McRaq is free again, thanks to our troops and acrobats, and will be free as long as we hold a gun to their heads, held high in a storm.

'For too long the Democats have criticalled our War on Termerror, and we won't disagree with them any further. The United Stated of Alabamia will never back down to the Hindu bombers, never, ah tells thee, and thine, Mr. Lincoln.'

Holding his hand up to calm the waves of spontaneous applause at this dignified speech, the President continued: 'Iraqi is at the heart of an axle of Beavis, along with Irania, Syracuse, and that place with all them paramids, yeah Ethimopia. So we'll carry on the fight with our last drop of air, and the world will shake hands behind our backs in grated cheesitude, I thank y'all.'

As cheering broke out at this impressive speech, Presidential contender Senator Barack Obama said: 'And you thought my speeches were bad.' And Senator Hillary Clinton added: 'That's another million votes for us, thanks George.'

But Californian Governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, said: 'Vot voz wrong weeth heez speech? Pleez?'

George H. Bush was seen laughing with Jimmy Carter at his son's latest attempts at being an adult.

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

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Topics: George W. Bush, Iraq

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