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Support For George W. Bush's Social Security Changes Seen To Be Slipping

March 31, 2005 Staff

The keystone of President George W. Bush’s second term, and a major part of the foundation that he hopes to build his legacy on, is in trouble. The President’s attempt to revamp the Social Security [Read more]

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Congress Passes Teri Shavio's Law Outlawing Death

March 31, 2005 Staff

Unconfirmed sources report that the Congress has passed Teri’s Law. Under the provisions of the new law death itself will be outlawed. The law was passed in response to the death of the unfortunate Teri [Read more]

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GOPUSA Is Back In Business! Reporters Breath a Sigh Of Relief

March 30, 2005 Staff

GOPUSA.Com, the Conservative Republican webzine that found itself in the midst of a swirl of controversy earlier this year as the employer of Gay Conservative Republican Christian Homosexual Military Prostitute Commentator and White House Press [Read more]

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George W. Bush and Top Republicans Apologize for Exploiting Schiavo Family's Suffering for Polit…

March 26, 2005 Staff

Unconfirmed sources report that the President and Republican Congressional leaders have publicly apologized to the Schiavo family for taking advantage of their suffering to score political points. The extraordinary press conference has held at the [Read more]

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George W. Bush Polls Drop So He Arms the World, Jeb Retreats and The Terrorist Have Plumbing Prob…

March 26, 2005 Staff

George Bush’s Approval Rating Matches His IQ For The First Time: President George W. Bush’s approval rating has dropped to 45%, the lowest number since he assumed entered the Oval Office in January 2001 but [Read more]

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National Rifle Association Demands Tighter People Control Laws in Wake of Red Lake High School Sh…

March 24, 2005 Staff

Unconfirmed sources report that NRA President Wayne LaPierre has spoken out strongly for tightening up people control laws. “The tragedy in Red Lake proves once again that it is not the ready access to guns [Read more]

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George W. Bush Takes Credit for Astounding Jobs Growth in Mexico, China and India

March 24, 2005 Staff

The Administration of President George W. Bush has formally received credit for the creation of tens of millions of new jobs; unfortunately for Americans, all of those jobs have been in Mexico, China and India. [Read more]