Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Giant Statue Of Bush Toppled By Cheering Crowd

Washington, D.C. - A dejected and despondent George W. Bush fell to his knees and cried like a baby when told by Karl Rove that the Republicans had lost both houses of Congress. Vice President Cheney, who was present when Bush was informed, immediately went into a rage and began smashing all of the furniture and expensive vases in the Oval Office. Rove tried to calm Bush and Cheney by saying that they still had the Supreme Court and the media but they were not to be consoled.

Across the country, the mood was dramatically different from that within the White House. People rushed out into the streets in celebration. There was hugs and kisses and rejoicing from one end of the nation to the other.

At the world's largest shopping center, the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, a giant statue of President Bush was toppled and dragged through the complex by a cheering crowd of shoppers.


Anonymous Masala said...

LOL funny! Thanks for all the laughs and great writing.

10:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

At last, something funny on this rather corny website.

11:54 AM  
Anonymous Masala said...

Au contraire, Anonymous. One could call this site a lot of things, e.g., irreverent, hysterical, pithy, but surely not "corny".

1:16 PM  
Anonymous Wonder George said...

Why just topple and drag the statue? Let's give your nearest right-winger the "Deliverance Treatment":

Strip him to his skivvies...

Grab him by the ears...

Then say, "Squeal like a pig, boy."

Let's try it. On Rush Limbaugh!

6:21 PM  
Anonymous pinko said...

KSTP 5 live coverage

"Virt, jubilation is evident everywhere today in Minnesota, as you can see from the scenes behind me at the Mall of America where earlier the giant statue of President Bush was toppled by cheering crowds.

Here in Bloomington, overnight the GOP political signs have seemingly disappeared from front lawns, telephone poles and highway overpasses.

Some of the celebrating did get out of hand this afternoon when crowds of young people overturned SUVs with "W" bumper stickers, but things are calmer now. And although we have no confirmation at this time, there are reports that women known to the community to have dated registered Republicans were gathered in the Mall's south parking lot and then their heads were shaved as a mark of shame.

In the intersection right behind me you can see the throngs of happy voters dancing in the streets, laughing, waving their hands, giving Bush the purple finger.

Back to you, Virt."

8:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

virt, excellent again ...


pinko, great 'film at 11' follow-up ...

cornonymous, bite me.

3:06 PM  

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