Bush Dispels Rumors About He and Tony Blair

Funny story written by Cal Jennings

Monday, 9 July 2007

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Blair and Bush, a Happy Couple

CCN (Crazy Cal News) - Washington - George Bush held a press conference today walking holding the hand of his fiance', Tony Blair. President Bush hoped it would dispel rumors that he was seeking a new lover.

"My relationship with this good man is where I've been focused, and that's where my concentration is. And I don't regret any other aspect of it. And so I -- we filled a lot of space together," said the president. "I've heard he's been called Bush's poodle. He's bigger than that."

It seems the couple is still happy together in spite of their several wedding delays.

The Economist writes, "THEY have been improbable soul-mates, the silver-tongued British barrister and the drawling Republican from Texas."

When asked if they had plans for a new wedding date, the former Prime Minister replied, "We don't have a specific proposal on the table yet," Blair said. "But I understand and share the American concerns, as I've said many times before. They've been absolutely excellent and very productive as I hoped and expected ... we discussed a whole range of issues," Blair said. "I think we've been through all the issues that you would expect, plus some more. And I've found it a very, very useful meeting, indeed."

With that, Tony Blair took George Bush's hand and gazed longingly into his eyes. They headed out the door, and paused for a passionate gay kiss on the mouth. "That's my gay lover," said Bush. "I jest love his funny accent. Ya' kain't find 'em like that nowhere else in thuh wurld!"

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

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