Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Another Bush in the White House?

It's Bush's fault.

We are all aware of the long White House occupancy by the Bush family. George H.W. Bush served as vice-president and president over 12 years. George W. Bush served for 8 years as president.

Many are proclaiming a Bush fatigue. We just can't seem to get rid of them. With the possibility of Jeb Bush running, people are starting to roll their eyes.

Even though Barack Obama has been president for over two years there are still Bushes haunting the White House. Last year the place was visited by Reggie Bush, a running back for Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints. And now it is probable that Jarrett Bush of the present champion Green Bay Packers will visit. (This may not occur, however, as President Obama rooted against the Packers all the way and didn't even call to congratulate the Packers or Aaron Rodgers after their win and MVP selection.)

Even so, the Bush effect will continue for another 2 years. President Obama is considered by most Americans as the most Bush League president since Jimmy Carter.

Some things you really can blame on Bush.

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