George W. Bush - Parody News Cartoon


Bush Bill Would Protect Drug Companies
From Consumer Terrorism

COLLINSVILLE, IL (IWR Parody News) - President Bush went on the road in Illinois to promote his malpractice bill that would protect big drug companies from what he called consumer terrorism, e.g., people who file frivolous lawsuits for heart attacks and strokes after taking drugs like Celebrex or Vioxx

"Americans need to get used to bending over and spreading 'em for my buddies in big business.

Looky here. It's easy. 

[Mr. Bush demonstrates the proper technique by bending over and clutching his buttocks and then pointing his rear at reporters.]

Face the facts, the Republicans and our fat cat benefactors are in control of all branches of this here government, and so, your precious individual rights and civil liberties don't mean shit anymore.

And there ain't nothing you Red State chumps can do about it!

Heh, heh, heh!

Things like accountability have always been a major drag on the economy, and besides it's time for a little plundering, I mean, profit taking," said the Mr. Bush.

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