Wednesday, May 10, 2006

George Bush and father say Jeb would make good president

Have you heard? George W. Bush and George H.W. Bush have publicly stated that John Ellis "Jeb" Bush would make a good president. As if those two haven't come up with enough bad ideas for the country already! Jeb Bush says he's not considering a run in 2008 and isn't sure if he'll ever run. Actually, I believe him. I'll bet Jeb once considered running, but at this point the Bush name is so toxic, he'll probably never be able to be considered. But you never know.

So, hell... the Bushes are looking to keep their hand in American politics ad infinitum, ad nauseum. Well, the ad nauseum part is easily enough accomplished, but what about ad infinitum? What will we do about that?

For that, I propose the following:

AMENDMENT XXVIII.

No candidate for president will be considered eligible to serve in that office unless he or she meets the following prerequisites:

A. Born in the United States.
B. At least thirty-five (35) years of age.
C. Able to prove relation to the descendents of Senator Prescott Bush (R-CT).

No President Bush may serve more than two consecutive terms unless there is no other eligible Bush available. If this is the case, that particular President Bush may retain the office of the presidency until another President Bush becomes eligible or has sufficiently worked off his or her stupor.

This amendment will be law four years after passage, and will apply to whoever might happen to be president at the time of its passage.



C'mon... it's inevitable! So why don't we just face up to it?

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