September 13, 2008

Pres. Bush Marks His 1,000th Day of Vacation since Taking Office

ALEX WINRMIGEN
Unassociated Press

- With over 300 friends, family and dignitaries in attendance at his Crawford Ranch, President Bush celebrated his 1,000th day of vacation. Fireworks and patriotic music lit up the atmosphere as the festivities began - marking the highest number of vacation days ever taken by a U.S. President.

"I am so proud that he is my president, who else in history has done so much with so little time on the job?" said Rush Limbaugh, the Master of Ceremonies. The event kicked off with the introduction of various speakers who had nothing but praise and admiration for Bush and his record as the 43rd President.

"No other President, be he Republican or Democrat has courageously lead this nation into the largest national debt in the history of the world!" remarked Bill Kristol, editor of Weekly Standard. Sean Hannity of FOX News followed by saying, "This heroic leader is worthy of another 1,000 vacation days because of his resilience in protecting us from those Iraqi sheepherders and Afghan rug-makers." The audience stood and applauded as Pres. Bush shed two tears.
Lastly, Bush concluded his much anticipated speech by saying, "I am excruciatingly underjoyed at the goodness you have bestowed me today. No sitting U.S. President, from King George the III to Bill Clinton, has ever been the recipient of such kindness and generology. Thank you very much America."
When asked by a reporter if anything further was planned to commemorate this event, Bush replied, "I don't know, maybe we'll bomb Iran - or invade Finland. I've always wanted to do that."



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