Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Come In To My Parlor, Said The Spider to The Fly

So, after six years of calling the democrats cowards, idiots, and terrorist loving retards the president is now happy to engage in a little bipartisanship now that they opened up a can a whupass on him.

Yeah. We believe that.

Bush woke up to a new balance of power in Washington, picked up the phone and invited House speaker-in-waiting Nancy Pelosi to go hunting with vice president Cheney. "They had a very good conversation. He congratulated her on their wins," deputy White House press secretary Dana Perino said. "Then he went in the bathroom and he's been there ever since."

Bush also called a handful of other lawmakers and invited Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois, the No. 2 Senate Democrat, to take a flying leap off a rolling donut. "The president is such a kidder," said White House Press Secretary Tony Snowjob. "We know the democrats are going to realize the last six years were all in good fun, and those investigations and inquiries aren't really necessary."

Recently, Bush dismissed the possibility that Pelosi could become speaker of the House, saying in an interview "That's not going to happen." He set a more conciliatory tone in his call to Pelosi. "I told her I'm drunk or high most of the time," Bush said. "She said she had suspected that for a long time."

Before calling Pelosi, Bush called House Speaker Dennis Hastert. "I asked him if he had resumes out," Bush told reporters. "He said he was looking into becoming the executive director of the Boy Scouts."

Bush also tried to call retiring Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist; Kentucky Sen. Mitch McConnell the No. 2 Republican leader in the Senate; House Majority Leader John Boehner, R-Ohio; House Majority Whip Roy Blunt, R-Mo. but they had already left for Paraguay.

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