King George W. Bush Endorses John W. McCain for President

Last night, John W. McCain wrapped up the Republic nomination for President by winning enough delegates in Texas, Ohio, Vermont and Rhode Island to put him over the necessary number (1,191) needed to for the 2008 Presidential election.  

Today, at the White House, Presnit George W. Bush endorsed John W. McCain.

From CNN:

President Bush endorsed Sen. John McCain for president on Wednesday, saying the presumptive Republican nominee has the “character, courage and perseverance” to lead the country.

McCain thanked the president for his support and the work he has done in the Oval Office.

“I appreciate his endorsement, and I appreciate his service to our country,” said McCain, adding that he wanted Bush at his side as much as possible on the campaign trail.

“Whatever he wants me to do, I want him to win,” Bush said, who was challenged by McCain for the GOP nomination in 2000. But he said the 2008 run for the Oval Office was not his battle.

“It’s not about me. I’ve done my bit,” Bush said.

Addressing the calls for change in the presidential campaign, Bush said McCain would be steadfast to one of his administration’s policies.

“He’s not gonna change when it comes to taking on the enemy,” Bush said of the senator from Arizona.

Protecting the American people was the No. 1 job of a president and McCain understood that, Bush said.

“He’s gonna be a president who will bring determination to defeat an enemy,” Bush said.

Lets take a look at this.  On the surface, these two old bitter rivals decided to bury the hatchet and move beyond their past bickering to come together as Republics, linked by tradition and greed.  But below the surface, there seemed to be something else.

May I?

George W. said John W. had the “character, courage and perseverance” to lead the country.  

What he didn’t say was that McCain would never get the opportunity to lead the country because sometime around October 2008, John W. was going to find himself in one of the Bechtel/Halliburton Prison Camps™ that George W. had built for when he declares “a state of emergency” in the USA and throws all those hippie liberals and John W. into the hoosegow.

John W. thanked George W. for his support and all he has done in the Oval Office.  “I appreciate his endorsement, and I appreciate his service to our country,” John W. said.

What he didn’t say was that if it hadn’t been for George W. and his campaign staff pulling the old “John W. fathered a black baby” nonsense that the people of South Carolina swallowed hook, line and sinker back in 2000, John W. would have been doing whatever it was that George W. had been doing in the Oval Office for these past 7.5 years and he wouldn’t be too old for actually enjoying his lobbyists there like he will be in 2008.

George W. said that “Whatever he wants me to do, I want him to win.”  He also said the 2008 run for the Oval Office was not his battle, adding “It’s not about me. I’ve done my bit.”

What he didn’t say was that John W. would never win shit, because sometime around October 2008, John W. was going to find himself in one of the Bechtel/Halliburton Prison Camps™ that George W. had built for when he declares “a state of emergency” in the USA and throws all those hippie liberals and John W. into the hoosegow.

George W. went on to say about John W. “He’s not gonna change when it comes to taking on the enemy. He’s gonna be a president who will bring determination to defeat an enemy.”

What he didn’t say was that the only enemy John W. would be taking on was all those hippie liberals after he was thrown in with them in the Bechtel/Halliburton Prison Camps™ hoosegow.

As a consolation prize, George W. decided he would make John W. the President of the Bechtel/Halliburton Prison Camp outside McAllen, TX where George W. was going to throw him in with all those hippie liberals.

Now that, my friends, is an endorsement!

 

1 comment

    • brobin on March 5, 2008 at 10:30 pm
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    Or I’ll send George W. and e-mail pointing you out to be one of those hippie liberals!

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