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a tough choice of headlines...
Published on July 20, 2007 By Sean Conners aka SConn1 In Current Events
Tomorrow, President Bush will undergo a routine colonoscopy. The medical procedure will require him to be under anesthesia. So, the President will utilize the 25th ammendment to the Constitution and Dick Cheney will assume the power.

Cheney will remain in power till Bush is no longer the influence of the anesthesia. That should be in a few hours after the power has been transferred.

I imagine that people in the business of comedy right now are enjoying the bonanza. This story alone has the element of many Americans worst nightmare becoming true (4 scariest words in the english language..."good morning President Cheney") and how much damage could "Darth" potentially do in 2 or 3 hours.

Then there's the element of Bush "getting it in the ass" or "needing to have his ass cleaned out" or just wondering what might be up there. Like I said, comedians must be in Nirvana. This stuff just continues to write itself, lol.

I had a hard choice in just choosing a headline for this blurb.

But regardless, it is true. Dick Cheney will be President tomorrow...God help us all. The only thing that might rival that "fear-factor" is if Dick has a heart-attack and instead of "good morning Presidnet Cheney" it's "good afternoon Madam President Pelosi."

Maybe tomorrow might be a good day to just stay in bed.


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on Jul 20, 2007

I'll take a shot at a headline for this one... ;~D

 

"PRESIDENTIAL PROBE PROMOTES CHENEY"

btw, love the "assume" pun. ;~D
on Jul 20, 2007
News alert: President Cheney changes name of USA to Haliburtonia. From the Backwoods Chronicle: The President, while waiting for a result on a laparoscope and colonoscopy on George Bush, invaded Iran, Sudan and Zimbabwe. Mr Bush is doing well and expected to recover in two days.President Cheney could find no oil in Zimbabwe apart from a shortage of South African cooking oil. President Cheney went hunting in Zimbabwe and shot Comrade Mugabe in the buttock---then went to Darfur to visit the new Haliburton refinery. There is absolutely no credence to the rumour that the tent people of Darfur are digging furiously into the Sudanese desert looking for Mr Cheney's lost oil. President "shorty" Ajina something of Iran, surrendered to "Oily Dick" and admitted that Haliburtonia was the World leader in blackmail, sneaky deals and oily hands.

Mr Bush woke up and found the World had changed.
on Jul 20, 2007
Dick Cheney will assume the power.


your headline shoulda been: cheney assumes power as bush assumes position.


btw, i'm convinced cheney's gonna run for president in 08. here's why:

a. as in 2000, he's gonna determine himself to be the best candidate.
b. how else can be ensure his policies remain in effect?
c. he said he wouldn't
on Jul 20, 2007
Wait a minute... what about the last 6 years? I thought he was already the President.
on Jul 20, 2007
I tire of this unenlightened drivel. (Not necessarily you, OP, just the armchair quarterbacks of the world.) Cheney, Bush, whoever...it's all the same. Read this...NO! Really read it. Read it close!!

From the book of Willie

Welcome to mankind...the tree of man. Stop kidding yourselves that somehow the "right" guy will come along and by thinking so it gives you justice to lambaste whosoever you find is not worthy. It's childish.

Do I like the way Bush and Cheney have run things? Not really, but I will say that they have acted in exact accordance with their genetics...those genetics being from the Tree of Man and are exactly like the genetics of every other man I've ever seen in the office. As well as the very genetics of yourself - yeah...you're from the tree of man, too, and are no "different in any way at all from the behavior of the government you despise so much."

on Jul 20, 2007

Welcome to mankind...the tree of man. Stop kidding yourselves that somehow the "right" guy will come along and by thinking so it gives you justice to lambaste whosoever you find is not worthy. It's childish.


Especially when you could be looking for him yourself.

I read your little story and I can't say I was that impressed. History is full of rulers who reshaped a nation in their image and changed the way it thought and acted, if just for a little while. Considering how much larger the US is than most historical states - 400 million people is a lot, remember - there's really no reason the ultimate person for office cannot be found. If statistically one in half a billion people is the rough equivalent of a Elisabeth I or a Chandragupta or a Tokugawe or a Washington or a Gaius Julius Caesar then it's highly likely there is one of those people in the US at this very moment.

The US deserves to be lambasted for failing to search for that one in half a billion excellence. You can talk 'tree of humanity' all you like, but human knowledge and control over society has expanded dramatically over the last fifty years. We know what people think, we know what words will change what they think, and we have a reasonably good idea of how to change minds over extended periods of time.

With the minds of the greater public so easily influenced the blame for society's ills can now be fairly laid at the feet of individuals, who have manifestly failed in their duty to make the competent our leaders.

In any case the age-old right of blaming those who found the stone in their meal is the fairest recompense for the injustice of the distribution of power. Take it away and those children will acknowledge no authority and all will suffer. Is that what you want?
on Jul 21, 2007
I read your little story and I can't say I was that impressed.


Welcome to the mirror. Look deeper if you dare, but I fully expect to be written off.

In any case the age-old right of blaming those who found the stone in their meal is the fairest recompense for the injustice of the distribution of power.


Ned 31.9-10 ~R. F. Laird

9 Desire, Certainty, and Blame are the Beacons of the Way,
10 But the greatest of these is Blame.

on Jul 21, 2007
Read it close!!


i did.

after which i decided to check out the rest of your site--until avg went nuts about js/payne. what's up with that?
on Jul 21, 2007
Welcome to the mirror. Look deeper if you dare, but I fully expect to be written off.


Oooooooh, I'm scared!

You're a bit of a tosser, aren't you?

You should post more. This site needs more tossers who can write well.
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