Mr. Bush's Peace Talks: Available on DVD 11/27/07


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Synopsis: George W. Bush returns in the iconic role as the bumbling idiot that made him an international star in Mr. Bush’s Peace Talks. In his latest misadventure, Mr. Bush — the nearly brainless misfit who seems to be followed by a trail of war crimes and corruption — goes on holiday to Annapolis, Maryland and becomes ensnared in a Middle Eastern adventure of cataclysmic proportions.

Tired of the dreary, wet Washington, DC weather, Bush packs up his nuclear football and bicycle to head to Annapolis for a hastily constructed peace summit and contrived vacation days. But his plot doesn’t go as smoothly as he had hoped when the bumbling Bush falls face first into a series of malaprops and seeming coincidences that threaten to surpass even the lowest of expectations. Correctly thought to be both a torturer and infamous criminal, he has some serious explaining to do after wreaking havoc across the Iraqi countryside and arriving at his vacation spot with the floundering regime’s leader in tow, and exclusive no-bid contracts for security, oil, and reconstruction for America. Will Bush be prosecuted by international courts or wind up winning the Nobel Peace Prize? It’s all caught on camera as Bush again applies his faux Texanism to a tragicomedy of errors in Mr. Bush’s Peace Talks.


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