Sunday, October 15, 2006

Presidential Library Chronicles 

Last night one of the national news shows had a story on the competition between three Texas schools who are competing to house George W. Bush's Presidential library. SMU, Baylor and the University of Dallas were all in the running, and were campaigning vigorously to be Bush's chosen site.

Both Baylor and the U of D had already set aside acreage on their campuses where a presidential library could be built. However, in both cases, the acreage bordered rivers.

They should have done their homework. Bush has already indicated that he's nervous about having his presidential library near a river because... (wait for it)... a submarine could attack it!

That's right, kids. George Bush imagines submarine attacks on Presidential libraries.
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If Bush continues to live on his fake ranch it will be Baylor, he's too lazy to go to events in Dallas. If easy access to get a hookers and whiskey is a factor, SMU and UD are in the running. If you follow that logic don't count out Thailand as a suprise candidate for the Bush 43 Library. No matter where it is I'm sure it will have all the charm of the Daytona Beach Books-A-Million. Gravitass.

By Blogger joejoejoe, at 1:28 AM  

And like any respectable tube-marine commander would worry about the Shrub's library of upside-down children's books? Just freakin' shoot me now.

By Anonymous GentillyGirl, at 3:21 AM  

Whichever school has the 1) the worst program in emergency management, and 2) a museum that could be easily looted, gets my vote.

By Blogger Mr. Clio, at 8:05 AM  

George W. Bush about an oxymoron!

By Blogger Bacon, at 8:49 AM  

I've been to the Daytona Beach Books a Million.

It just doesn't get any lamer.

By Blogger oyster, at 11:07 AM  

But the real question is, of all the books in the library, how many of them will George have already colored in?

By Anonymous ashley, at 11:19 AM  

Hmmm... A vision of the future is bubbling up from my subconscious... NSA credentials, port security, Trident subs at Bangor... All the pieces of the puzzle are there, but it's really a coin-flip between the sublime satisfaction to be realized and the immortal shame of proving him right.

By Anonymous kalen, at 5:58 PM