How many members of the Bush administration does it take to change a light bulb?

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The Answer is TEN:

  1. One to deny that a light bulb needs to be changed;

  2. One to attack the patriotism of anyone who says the light bulb needs to be changed;

  3. One to blame Clinton for burning out the light bulb;

  4. One to tell the nations of the world that they are either for changing the light bulb or for eternal darkness;

  5. One to give a billion dollar no-bid contract to Halliburton for the new light bulb;

  6. One to arrange a photograph of Bush, dressed as a janitor, standing on a step ladder under the banner ‘Bulb Accomplished’;

  7. One administration insider to resign and in detail reveal how Bush was literally ‘in the dark’ the whole time;

  8. One to viciously smear No. 7;

  9. One surrogate to campaign on TV and at rallies on how George Bush has had a strong light-bulb-changing policy all along;

  10. And finally, one to confuse Americans about the difference between screwing a light bulb and screwing the country.

2 thoughts on “How many members of the Bush administration does it take to change a light bulb?”

  1. Ole Newt Just came up with a good one: The Performance Party.

    So what ‘ole Newt is proposing “Bush appoint a super-manager.” In effect, Newt’s suggestion is that we need to create a NEW Side-ways Hierarchy of Alternate Leadership to cover for the Failure of the existing Leadership with a *Super-Manager-Alter-Ego-President.*

    A More Capable President. A Real Action President. A President who can REALLY Run things — while the President we Have does…?!?!? What Exactly?

    Some performance that will be… eh? Screwed Again!!

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