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Bush-Bashing Added to 2004 Olympics

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posted on May, 22 2004 @ 07:32 PM
From another thread...

05/20/04 ATHENS, Greece

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced today that the newest demonstration sport to be added to the 2004 Olympic Games is "Bush-bashing."

The fledgling sport is wildly popular worldwide and has spawned semi-professional leagues in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.

"It is very easy to play, you don't even need a ball," explained Jean-Jacques Jean-Paul valJean of the French League of Bush-bashers (FLOB). "Why, even a dimwitted American president could learn to play, 'toot sweet,' as they say in Texas.

"See? I bashed Bush just there! C'est trop facile!"

With the Olympics only weeks away, journalists, pundits, and comics across the globe are scrambling to put together teams. The American entry will reportedly include Fahrenheit 911 director Michael Moore, liberal radio host Al Franken, Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks, and a surprise member, maverick Republican Senator John McCain.

The French are expected to field a formidable team, as are the Russians. Israel reportedly won't send a team, but will instead infiltrate and sabotage the Bush-bashing teams of Jordan, Syria, and Iran.

Iraq's Bush-bashing team will, like its democratic government, be hand picked by the American occupying force.

The United Nations estimates that Bush-bashing is now the fourth most popular sport on Earth, behind only basketball, soccer, and scamming the United Nations.

posted on May, 24 2004 @ 03:35 PM
President Bush and the Pope are out fishing off the coast of Maine. Joining them on a fishing boat are several newspaper reporters from major cities. The Pope is doing quite well but Bush not so well. Clouds roll in and the waves start to pick up so they decide to head in. The boat is moving fast and the wind is blowing hard. The Pope's hat is suddenly taken up by a gust of wind and blown from his head off the boat and into the water. President Bush nonchalantly stops the boat, hops over the side, and walks on the surface of the water to retrieve the hat. The Pope and reporters are understandably stunned & speechless.
The next day, the headline in all major papers (repeated by Jennings, Brokaw, and Rather) read: PRESIDENT BUSH CAN'T SWIM.


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