Monday, August 13, 2007

Disloyalty To Bush Punishable By Death

Washington, D.C. - In a new executive order issued today, President George W. Bush has declared that it is illegal to question his judgment or interfere in any way with his policies. Furthermore, any public display of opposition to President Bush or the Republican Party is punishable by immediate arrest and/or summary execution.

Responding to this far reaching executive order, Chief Justice John Roberts stated, "Of course, President Bush can detain any American citizen he wishes to and he can also order their immediate execution. This is well within his prerogatives as the Unitary Executive."

When Roberts was asked whether or not Hillary Clinton or any Democrat would have this same power if they were elected president, the Chief Justice laughed and then replied "Do you honestly think we would ever let Hillary or any other Democrat ever occupy the White House again?"

In a related development, by a five to four decision. the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the Constitution, which was written over two hundred years ago, has reached its expiration date and is no longer relevant. In keeping with the recent precedent of the last six years, America will now be governed by top secret diktats issued by the Unitary Executive.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any truth to the rumor that Bush is insisting the Democrats hold their nominating convention in Guantanamo?

5:30 PM  

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