Friday, November 16, 2007

Just How Unpopular Is George Bush?

The Voice of the White House for November 16th 2007

"Washington, D.C.,: “It has been a long-established custom for the President of the United States to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans’ Day.
This year, however, Bush did not lay the wreath but went to Texas on a vacation instead, leaving the ceremony to Vice President Cheney. Was this simple arrogance? Or stupidity? Neither. It is the story inside the White House that the Secret Service White House Detail kept him attending the ceremony because of what they called a “very credible plot to assassinate him.”
It seems, upon poking around, that George W. Bush has received more very serious death threats than any other sitting president. Last year, it was discovered that an unknown sniper had fired at the windows of the Oval Office. The rifle bullet did not penetrate the bullet-proof glass but a small crater in one of the window panes gave this away. No one on the White House roof (where there is permanent party stationed to thwart any aerial attacks on the building) heard a thing so it was suspected that a silenced weapon was used. An intense investigation failed to disclose the location of the shooter and they were not even certain when the sniping took place.
The Secret Service had learned that when Bush was visiting Mainz in Germany, that there was an equally credible report, this time from German counter intelligence, that there was a plan to blow up the President’s car while it was traveling through the German city. All of the manholes were promptly welded shut, sewer entrances heavily guarded, homes and businesses along the route evacuated and German security personnel put in all the windows.
This is a very sensitive subject here and strictly forbidden to even hint at but several workers here have refused their assignments to the White House mail room because it is strongly feared that some Chemical Warfare device or an explosive device could somehow get past the very strict security.
Please note that not one word of this ongoing problem has ever been in the American media and, by orders, never will. Arlington is large, relatively unguarded and filled with visitors, relatives of the dead, ongoing funerals and so on. Also, the area is heavily wooded, and it was believed that a sniper concealed in a tree could easily escape detection. We live in such interesting times.”

Don't forget the posse he needs whenever he dares to step outside

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5 Comments:

Blogger crallspace said...

A huge waste of fuel for a hunk of human waste.

17/11/07 9:48 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Absolutely crallspace, unsustainable baggage.

17/11/07 10:31 AM  
Anonymous expatbrian said...

Nice post. Even living in Singapore I am not going to advocate the assassination of Bush in print. But I think he may be the first president who may still attract such attempts after he leaves office. I'm not saying it would be warranted (and I'm not saying it wouldn't be)but there are a lot of folks out there whose lives have been ruined permenantly by him. Guess we'll just wait and see.

17/11/07 1:27 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

what a perfect example of the decadence of the American empire-- so much going into guarding that piece of shit of a man-- when he should be rotting in jail

18/11/07 5:49 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Could be the reason for the Bush Bugout compound being built down in Paraguay.

18/11/07 6:55 AM  

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