Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Bush Suggests Honor Killing of Keith Olbermann

Friends and family paid their final respects to former White House Press Secretary Tony Snow this past Thursday. Snow who died of colon cancer last Saturday is survived by his wife and three children.

President Bush fondly remembered Tony Snow, telling mourners at Snow's funeral that the conservative commentator-turned-White House press secretary "amassed a rare record of accomplishment." Bush then went on to push a new plan dubbed the "Fairness Doctrine" that would offer for the mercy killing of MSNBC Talk Show Host Keith Olbermann to help offset the recent loss of Snow and Meet The Press Anchor Tim Russert.

Bush went on to describe the value of honor killing and how its possible use in America just might extend an olive branch to those who practice the Middle East Tradition. Bush then signalled the choir to begin their rendition of "Amazing Grace" prior to boarding his Marine One Helicopter which appeared to be armed with additional weaponry not typically seen on the Presidential transport vehicle.


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