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February 24, 2008

George W. Bush Is President Of Africa

Filed under: Lajme --- News — halfevil @ 8:34 pm

He found him in Mombassa, in a barroom drinking gin. George W. Bush has been having so much fun in Africa that he took up the Africans’ offer that he remain forever, as their President King. Here’s the former U.S. chief executive at his new “executive mansion in Monrovia, Liberia.” Join us for an AP Photo Tour of Bush’s crazy African vacation.

Get down, get down, get down ... Now this looks like a fun group. They are performers in Ghana, while the fellow in the white Guayabera holiday shirt is really enjoying having fun with the locals.

Well my arrows are made of desire, From far away as jupiters sulphur mines Here’s George and Laura arriving in Rwanda. Note how the actual elite politicians are kind of looking with disdain at the local entertainment, and Laura looks kind of exhausted and is doing the polite First Lady smile at the natives, but then there’s George W. — he looks positively entranced and delighted, ready to cast off his jacket and boogie with these guys. Because he’ll do it! He’s done it before, he’ll do it again.

Beans, beans, the magical fruit. The great thing about these lame-duck “victory lap” eighth-year presidential vacations is that it just doesn’t matter what you do — so if you’re George W. Bush, you just follow your heart! And that means smushin’ up beans with a stick.

His destiny.
You’ll kind of miss him, won’t you? Well, sure, not really. But at least he can dance away the pain now.


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