George W. Bush to Seek Third Term

Today, President George W. Bush requested a third term as President. Citing the “financifical crisis” causing this major “functification” in the market he changed his earlier support of the Twenty-second Amendment to the US Constitution.

Longtime enemy, and screeching moonbat, Senator Hillary Clinton(D,NY) said that on Friday the US Senate would propose an amendment to the amendment amending the term limits the amendment places on the office of president. She said she was never a fan of the US Constitution, but warned she has not taken an official position on amending the amendment.

“This is in no way a shady, conniving, conspiracy to stifle the voice of the voting public,” Sen. Clinton said. “Each member will have to vote on the ammendification legalities on their own. We just hope they’ll do what’s best for the voting public regardless of how many voters would rather be ass-raped than have this syphilitic penis of a law crammed down their throats, and in no way have I been talking to the President behind closed doors making this deal.”

Both Senators John McCain (R, AZ) and Barrack Obama (D, IL) agree that the bleeding must stop. They both said they “tepidly supported” amending the amendment, and while both usually revile anything associated with the Bush Administration, they have found common ground with the Bush Administration on this one thing.

Political Analyst, Pete O. File, said he found it funny that so many people that are political enemies would agree on this legislation. He was then taken to the Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay for re-education.

New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, commented, “I am so pissed off. That monkey stole my idea!”


3 Responses to “George W. Bush to Seek Third Term”

  1. Stop the ass-raping and the bleed will stop? If this is the idea, then why not?

  2. Twenty more years!

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