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Thursday, March 02, 2006
Secret Home Video Showing Bush Laughing At Katrina Declared Fake
A suspected video showing George Bush, along with several other politicians, wringing their hands over possible crumbling dikes was released by the United Press International and has pajama-clad-bloggers already examining the footage endeavoring to prove the confidence shaking film to be a fake.
UPI released the so-called video showing George Bush wearing a paper sack over his head and mumbling something about the levees breaking and killing off a heck of a lot of blacks.
As the footage continued, a man identified by confused reporters to be Mayor Ray Nagin, was continuously running around the long conference table screaming, "The dikes are breaking , the dikes are breaking, oh my god the dikes are breaking"
Right Wing blog sites all across the continent have signed in stating the video, because of the quality, was not the high tech style camera that a reporter could stick to his lapel, but rather a Super 8 Kodak Brownie Movie Camera likely found in a dumpster by a college fraternity during a beer brawl.
One blog exposed the title of the video, "Curious George Kills Poor People," scrawled on a white board.
"The press never runs a title on their "recently discovered videos", let alone misspelling words," a blogger said in confidentiality. "The title shows a poorly executed P and K. Modern fonts on Internet Explorer do not show these letters in reverse."
The source who revealed the video denied the claims and said the video was shot with a hidden high tech Sony, much like you would find in a science fiction thriller.
"Another thing rather obvious is the Governor of Louisiana, who is throwing succulent kisses in the video, is a voluptuous blond, while Kathleen Blanco is a brunette," the secret blogger said.
Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid of Nevada said the video "confirms what we have suspected all along, that this so and so low down Administration will do anything they can to hide what really happened." He said the dadburn administration "systematically misled the American people."
Later he asked an aide to get a copy of the hot video, now dubbed "Politicians Gone Wild."
Nagin told reporters he had a "sinking feeling in his gut but some Rolaids would help."
This afternoon's call for another congressional investigation is the three hundred and forty ninth time this year the Democrats have called for an impeachment.
"I know where this is going," Carl Rove said. "Pretty soon someone will blame me for passing this video on to the press, well I'm here to say it wasn't me, but I might know who did," Rove said with a sly smile.
Bloggers also felt skeptical when someone who looked like Jack Abramoff was seen whispering into the paper bag placed over Bushes head.