Washington (IWR Satire) -
The Washington Post today released the first in a three part series on
'The Crayola Presidency'.
Over the last three years, Reporter Bob Woodward has documented in
detail the shocking use of crayons, finger paints and coloring books
by the Bush Administration.
"The president is very particular about the way intelligence is
presented to him.
He doesn't like all those fancy-smacy charts with all those smarty
pants doodads and whatnots.
What Bush really prefers are drawings made with crayons.
Here is an Iraqi
intelligence drawing that was made during an October 2002 briefing
with President Bush in the Oval Office. The artwork is that of
the president himself except for the captions, which were done by
Condoleeza Rice," said Woodward.