Saturday, January 24, 2009

The Original Bush Supreme Court - 2000

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January 24,Washington, UP

Today the United States Supreme Court announced the issuance of a special commemorative portrait of the 8 men and 1 woman who were involved in the (s)election of the first unelected President of the United States in the nation's history, Ex-President (S)elect George W. Bush. The former President, who left office three days ago, amid no fanfare and few warm, fuzzy good-byes, was reportedly relaxing and enjoying the sights and sounds of New Orleans, including a frosty reception from many of his ex friends there: former Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, New Orleans's honorary citizen, Michael "Heckuva Job Brownie" Brown, Led Zeppelen, and a special contingent of homeless New Orleanians from the former Ninth Ward, who had nowhere else to go. The Ex-President, who was not accompanied by the former First Woman, who went directly from the White House to Neiman-Marcus in Dallas, appeared relaxed and jovial as he urged the homeless people to join him in a rendition of Old Black Joe.

After a Secret Service agent whispered in his ear, the ex-President appeared suprised, but then suggested to the homeless that perhaps a better choice of songs would be "that famous Negro spiritual, Old Man River."

Two secret service agents quickly ushered Mr. Bush to his waiting limousine, which sped away before it could be damaged by rocks thrown by the homeless group. Later, one of the SS guards was overheard to mutter: "Jeez, we have to protect this clown for the rest of his life?"

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