Bush Orders Arrest of Bob Woodward, Author of State of Denial
by Kamal El-Din
Bob Woodward ArrestedFederal officers, by order of the President, raided the offices of the Washington Post today and arrested Bob Woodward. Woodward whose most recent book State of Denial is very critical of the President was taken into custody and spirited away to an undisclosed location.

News of the arrest of Bob Woodard has shaken the national media today as journalists across the country wonder what it means. Does this signal a crack down by the Bush administration or has Woodward been arrested on charges that are unrelated to his new book.

"It's about time the President stood up to the liberal media elite." Says columnist George Will. "Guys like Woodward have gotten a free ride long enough. Its about time people who have gotten it wrong so many times in the past are taken to account. Woodward is getting what he deserves. I for one am glad he was taken into custody. By the way my new book George Bush :The Warrior Messiah will be on newsstands next week."

"What does this mean...? Squat! That's what it means." Says Fox News personality Bill O'Reilly. "Woodward is a flake. Tell me one big story he has broken! One! You can't. Can you? He probably got picked up as part of the Foley investigation."

The Washington Post has appealed to the White House for information on the whereabouts of Woodward, but has received no information.

THIS ITEM HAD BEEN EDITED TO REFLECT MORE RECENT INFORATION

Bush turns the tables and interviews Bob WoodwardUnconfirmed sources now indicate that Woodward has been taken to the White House for an in depth interview with the President himself. The President apparently feels misused by Woodward and has some a few very severe questions he wants answered. Photo's of the interview have been sent to the Washington Post to confirmed the heath and well being of Woodward.

 
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