Americans show dissatisfaction with Obama and demand George comes back for a 3rd term!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Wednesday, 4 November 2009

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Mental George in his straightjacket decides not to make a comeback, Saddam's son sighs a muslim relief!

George Bush is alive and kicking especially after the latest gubernatorial races showed support for the ex-President and his Republican party!

Dissatisfaction with Obama over the economy, his colour, losing the Olympic bid, has lead many Yanks to believe, "Georgie wasn't that bad after all!"

"He won the war in Iraq, topped Saddam, kicked that bastard Bin Laden into exile, bombed the crap out of the Taliban, demolished those ugly Twin Towers in NY, was demented, docile and a born fucking idiot but still better than ol clever clogs, Obama!"

Coloured people in the US, Tony Blair, Margaret Thatcher, Putin, Benjamin Netanyahu, Robert Mugawe, etc, are also rallying behind George once more quoting, "we need more men like George, blind, deaf, dumb and stupid, but a real Christian Yank at heart, aagh!"

Meanwhile, George, still in demented rehab, quoted, "I love you, God bless America, my ol buddies Bin Laden, Ghaddafi, Susan Palin (fine blow job if ever there was!) Bono, Adolf, Stalin, Mussolini, Mugave, Pinochet, Idi Amin........"

The nurses caring for George quickly rushed him back into his straightjacket and Hannibal mask, staunch Republican and real Californian, Arnie Schwarzenegger, gave the following statement on behalf of George, "no hasta la vista BABY!"

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

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