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The Year In Satire And Top Parodies Of 2005
He wrote the book
In January: Bush had his inauguration and speech, but he was still stinging from his earlier tsunami missteps, which gave us a hint of how he might respond to a real American disaster like Katrina; Bush tried to make up for his blunder by sending his brother Jetpack Jeb around the world; Rummy managed somehow to keep his job despite his remarkable bungling and incompetence; the under-reported Armstrong Williams scandal broke; Bush started his predictable assault on Social Security; the Iraqi elections were held; an Oklahoma farmer was executed for voting for Kerry; and the State of Nebraska dedicated Mt. Bushmore to the President.
The Carlyle Group released three new conservative movies: The Adventures of Jetpack Jeb, Twins, and Booshsputin – The Mad Monkey
1. Profiles In Stupidity 2. Twins 3. Rummy’s Self-Help Book
Invasion from the Hoover Institute
In February: AmericaBlog broke the story about the hooker-turned-reporter Jeff Gannon. The story put AmericaBlog into the Blogosphere hall of fame, but unfortunately, the story was largely under-reported in the mainstream press; Uncle Bucky had a major Iraqi windfall; Fredo crackdowned on PBS; Gabby Hayes got a temp cooking job at the White House; the Bush Administration issued the first state holy cards; Bush lauded Special Ops Cody during his SOTU speech and explained again why they hate us; and Bush became a lame duck president, and his place firmly sealed in the Dustbin of History
The Carlyle Group released three new conservative movies: Devil Girl From Stanford, Terror From The Year 2,005, and The Thing From Planet Exxon
1. Devil Girl From Stanford 2. Bush Male Escort Connection 3. Terror From The Year 2,005
Tom "The Orkin Man" DeLay
In March: A Bush Plan to outsource seniors to India was unveiled; Bush and Condi told a lot more fairy tales about the future of the Middle East; Karen Hughes returned from the dead; the Bush Administration continued its attack on wages and deficits; Bush made sweeping changes at the CIA; a CNN poll found that the majority of Americans thought Bush should have a lobotomy; Wolfowitz’ tawdry love secret was exposed, and he was replaced at DoD by Lil’ Kim; and Bush proposed a new faith based male escort training program to help rehabilitate wayward male hookers.
The Carlyle Group released five new conservative movies: The Return of the Bride of Frankenchimp, The Low Wage Empire, Soylent Greenspan, Creature From The Federal Reserve, and Wolfie’s Naughty Girl
1. Satan’s Pet Monkey 2. The Orkin Man Cometh 3. Bride of Frankenchimp
The next scream you hear may be your Own!
In April: Laura Bush revealed her husband’s barnyard sexual preferences; King George and Prince Abdullah tiptoed through the tulips; a new triple weird German pope was crowned; John Kerry explained his election loss; the FBI issued a reward for the Texas Talibans; Rush Limbaugh was forced to eat crow; Karl Rove’s 2006 campaign playbook was found by Bob Woodward; and Bush’s poll numbers really started to tank
The Carlyle Group released six new conservative movies: The Birds, The Devil’s Rejects, The Hills Have Eyes, Dawn Of The Dolts, The GOP’s American Psycho, and Dubya Hood
1. Polls Have Bush Down In The Dumps 2. Karl Rove’s "The Birds" 3. The Pander Bear Eats Crow
Annie has her way with Awnold
In May: rumors about the President’s failing mental health abounded in the Blogosphere (I thought these were just rumors, but then I looked close at Bush’s face on TV, and it really was twitching! Check Bush out next time he’s on TV if you don’t believe me.); Bush ran out of toilet paper; Norm Coleman was KO’d by George Galloway; Bush proposed replacing Medicare with a Wal-Mart pay-as-you-go solution; Bush continued his assault on logic and science, but seemed trapped in an infinite loop; and a new White House Plumber was exposed.
The Carlyle Group released five new conservative movies: Chicken Little, Lady Frankenstein, The Gay Ranchero, Swivel Hips and Yodeanbo
1. The Religious Right’s Golden Rule 2. Tests Show Bush Is A Numbskull 3. The Bush Doctrine In Action
Bush gets to "milk" his Hero
In June: the Memogate crisis exploded; Bush denied ever using any facts at all; Bush also denied he’s worst president — ever, but this survey of historians failed to support his claim; these Senate Republicans refused to condemn lynching; Bush called the Jackson toast, which was sold on eBay, ‘An Omen Of Armageddon’; Bush’s polls number continued to decline as the majority of Americans were unable to cope with the Bush Presidency; Bush misplaced the Bill Of Rights in Ohio; and CPB chairman Kenneth Y. Tomlinson introduced a new more manly PBS cooking show
The Carlyle Group released seven new conservative movies: Dr. Cyclops, Mister Ed Does Crawford, I Was a Teenage Neocon,Reefer Madness, Karl Rove’s GOP Freaks, Bolton’s Pendulum, and The Incredible Shrinking Moron
1. Bush Denies He’s Worst President Ever 2. Majority Unable To Cope With Bush Presidency 3. Memogate
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