Friday, June 30, 2006

Bush Statue To Be Added To Lincoln Memorial

Washington, D.C. - An official decree released today from the Ministry of Exalted Figures instructs the Department of Homeland Security to begin immediate construction of a statue honoring our war time president and commander in chief, George W. Bush. Because the statue must be finished in time for the inauguration ceremonies signifying the start of President Bush's third term in 2009, the decree authorizes the use of prison labor and illegal immigrants who will be given a six month stay before being deported.

Searching for the perfect location for the presidential likeness was not easy. Washington, D.C. is filled with many monuments and the best locations have already been taken. That is why the president, himself, decided on placing his statue in the Lincoln Memorial. Bush's statue will be positioned to show him standing next to Lincoln with his hand on the sitting president's shoulder.

The Lincoln Memorial will henceforth be known as the Bush-Lincoln Memorial.


Blogger The Xsociate said...

In other news, plans for a Clinton Memorial were scrapped because of worries of too many cliched jokes about the monolithic figure's design. The architect released a statement saying that it was probably not a good idea to model it after the Washington Monument.

5:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Third term? If he wasn't actually elected in 2000, would he be running for a 2nd term?

5:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That makes me think, if congress nullified the 2000 election, and Bush's time in office till 2004 technically "didn't count", could he run for a 3rd term calling it a 2nd term on the grounds the 1st term didn't exist?

6:31 PM  

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