Thursday, November 16, 2006
President Asks for More War Funding, Told to Get Paper Route
To assist them, the former President and First Da-da contacted old friends in a red state and wrangled a paper route for the younger Bush, the proceeds of which will be contributed to the war effort.
Former President admitted that he and the former First Lady had been too indulgent with the First Son. "I'm afraid the little fucker never worked for anything in his life," he confessed. "His W stands for Worthless."
A phalanx of Secret Service agents will accompany the President on his route, but he alone will throw the papers. Having subcontracted the route with Halliburton, the First Carrier will be paid $36 per paper, charged to the taxpayers.