Friday, October 14, 2005

Washington D.C., U.S. - With his approval rating below 40 percent and more than half of Americans against the ongoing war in Iraq, the Bush team decided that it was time the President sat down and had a frank and candid discussion with some of the U.S. troops over there. The chat, which was broadcast live to a national television audience, was to be conducted via satellite with Bush far from harm's way, in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington D.C. If it seemed as if Bush knew how the soldiers would answer his questions before they did, it was because the entire event was meticulously orchestrated and planned by Washington.