Monday, September 04, 2006

Bush Urges Nation To Be Quiet For A Minute While He Tries To Think

WASHINGTON, DC- In a nationally televised address Monday, President Bush urged all citizens, regardless of race, creed, color, or political affiliation, "to quiet down for just one minute" so he could have a chance to think.

"Every American has an inalienable right to free speech and self-expression," Bush said. "Nonetheless, I call on the American people to hold off on it for, say, 60 seconds. Just long enough for me to get this sorted out in my head."

"Please," Bush added.

While the president said achieving a unilateral peace an quiet "would not be easy," he hoped that citizens would respect his wish and work toward a temporary cease-talk so that he can hear his own thoughts, "for once."

"Make no mistake: it will take patience and sacrifice," Bush said.

From The Onion

1 comment:

Ellen T. said...

I seriously doubt 60 seconds will do it for him ;-)