George W. Bush mourns death of Slobodan Milosevic

(AMSTERDAM, UCS News International) The President awoke to news that long time friend and confident Slobodan Milosevic had died in a UN Prison. Speaking to reporters the President recalled his friend “Slobo,” “Slobo and I were great friends, I respected his leadership and his help fighting the war on Muslims.” Slobodan Milosevic visited the Presidents ranch in Crawford Texas and was more popular than Jack Abramoff.

Mr. Bush looked up to Slobodan Milosevic as a leader in the fight against Muslims. Slobodan Milosevic faced charges of genocide in Bosnia for allegedly overseeing the slaughter of 8,000 Muslims from the eastern enclave of Srebrenica. George W. Bush is responsible for the deaths of well over 40,000 Iraqi Muslims with the death toll still raising. U.N. officials are planning to invite George W. Bush to take the place of Slobodan Milosevic in the trial.

Juan Cole a noted professor in the study of modern Middle Eastern history places Bush and Milosevic with Ariel Sharon on the list of people most hated by the worlds Muslims. “They really hate Slobo and George, together they account for more terrible deaths than Osama Bin Laden.”

The U.N. doctors treating Milosevic, said he suffered chronic heart ailments and high blood pressure. The imprisoned Balkan tough-man apparently died of natural causes and was found in his bed, the U.N. tribunal said, without giving an exact time of death.

Many think Slobodan should have died 4 years ago. It was in 2002 when Slobodans’ 15 minutes of fame officially expired. Thanks Slobodan, it’s not been a pleasure.