Documents Reveal Gaps In Bush’s Service As President
WASHINGTON, DC – Freshly unearthed public documents, ranging from newspapers to cabinet-meeting minutes, seem to indicate large gaps in George W. Bush’s service as president, a spokesman for the watchdog group Citizens for an Informed Society announced Monday.
“We originally invoked the Freedom Of Information Act to request material relating to Bush’s spotty record while in office,” CIS director Catherine Rocklin said. “But then we realized that the information was readily available at the corner newsstand, on the Internet, and from our friends and neighbors who pay attention to the news.”
According to Rocklin, the most damning documents were generated at roughly one-day intervals during a period beginning in January 2001 and ending this week. The document’s sources include, but are not limited to, the U.S. newspaper The New York Times, the London-based Economist magazine, and the well-known international business and finance record, The Wall Street Journal.
Relax… This time it’s from The Onion 🙂