Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Political: A Third Bush Term?

White House insiders have reported a stunning secret portion of the agenda for the second Bush term. After having a team of constitutional lawyers look into both elections and constitutional law relating to electing a president, they have determined that Bush is eligible to run for a third term. Although no President is allowed to serve more than two terms, Bush would be legally able to run for and serve a third term, since both of his first two terms are illegitimate. We all know he stole the first election, but even this recent election was "definitely rigged."

The Constitution states:
No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of the President more than once.
So there are two conditions prohibiting a third term, but Bush has met neither of them! He hasn't even been elected once, so he clearly hasn't been "elected to the office of the President more than twice." Also, since both his terms have been illegitimate, the constitutional lawyers argue that he didn't technically "hold the office of President" and as any good liberal knows, he certainly hasn't ever "acted as President."

Keep your eyes open for this upcoming strategy. Think about it. How else can you explain the fact that while speculation runs rampant about Hilary, Edwards, and others on the Democratic side, no Republicans have yet been discussed in the news as being a contender for the 2008 election? You can't. Bush in 2008!

P.S. (Again, I don't at all believe any of the above drivel. Please, liberals, stop emailing me. I'm not really on your side. I'm making fun of you. Well, some of you. The crazy conspiracy-theory ones among you. It is so depressing that I have to clarify that.)

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