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Goodnight Bush Parody 'Flying Off Shelves'

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This one puts our current president to bed. The book was published in late May.

"In this pitch-perfect parody of Goodnight Moon, we see a child-like George W. Bush tucked safely away in the confines of his own room with all the toys he's willfully destroyed, abused, or defaced. Complete with 'a quiet Dick Cheney whispering hush,' this bedtime story lets us laugh at -- and finally say goodnight to--the disaster of the last eight years."

For which the "bowl of mush" in the original would be an appropriate metaphor.

Goodnight Bush: A Parody [amazon]

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  1. If only we could say goodnight to the last 8 years so easily. Unfortunately, the entire world will spend years dealing with the mess that criminal and his administration have caused.

    Posted by: peterparker | Jul 14, 2008 4:38:51 PM


  2. I remember years ago (seems like lifetimes!) when Bush was running for his first WH term. There was a topic of conversation dealing with how the man had been a complete and utter failure as a businessman and had 'broken' every business entity he has ever touched. There was fear that if he were elected president, that he would break America too. Fortunately, the "liberal media" stood right up and denounced all that slanderous commentary. CLEARLY that has proven false.

    I can't wait to get this book to see how that story turns out!! [/snark]

    Posted by: MikeinSanJose | Jul 14, 2008 4:44:02 PM


  3. Exactly mikeinsanjose

    bankrupted 2 bizs

    when he left office in TX it had become the most poluted state in the nation and almost at the bottom of the list in education

    The signs were all there, but he said "jeebussss was his favorite philosopher" and america ate it up

    Posted by: Jimmyboyo | Jul 14, 2008 5:10:34 PM


  4. Goodnight Moon was the scariest children's book out there. That grandmother rabbit in the rocking chair freaked me out for years...

    Posted by: Andrew | Jul 14, 2008 5:42:28 PM


  5. Goodnight Moon was the scariest children's book out there. That grandmother rabbit in the rocking chair freaked me out for years...

    Posted by: Andrew | Jul 14, 2008 5:43:01 PM


  6. I can't give you anything but love...and the link to a site where you can download a free "clock: to your desktop, blog, Website, etc., that automatically, continually updates the days, hours, minutes, and seconds until HE'S GONE! Which, at this writing, will be 189 days - 6 hours - 8 minutes and 50.3 seconds.

    www.backwardsbush.com

    Posted by: Michael Bedwell | Jul 14, 2008 5:53:10 PM


  7. cool linK MB

    Posted by: Jmmyboyo | Jul 14, 2008 8:03:07 PM


  8. PRESIDENTIAL THEME PARK: THE GEORGE W. BUSH PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIUM

    Forget the Presidential Library!

    First, why make a library to honor a guy who does not even read books? Second, libraries are an attempt to preserve facts and history - and we know that the Bush administration cannot be trusted with either. So, in order to further the effort to bring historical clarity to the last 8 years, and support the ongoing demand for accountability that must accompany it, we are offering the public an alternative to the official Presidential Library planned for Dallas, Texas.

    We present to you the George W. Bush presidential Librarium!


    Reading about Bush's remarkable achievements might not exactly be family fare, so we've done away with all those pesky little books, and have replaced them with themed attractions that bring administrations remarkable legacy to life. So, leave your foreclosed home behind, pack the family into your most fuel-inefficient vehicle, and come on down to the place "where wings take dream"!

    History starts here. The only question: Are you with us or against us?

    http://www.goodnightbush.com/librarium/

    Brought to you by the creators of Goodnight Bush

    Posted by: Goodnight Bush | Jan 15, 2009 4:58:08 PM


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