Monday, December 8, 2008
At noon on January 20th President George W Bush becomes private citizen George W Bush. And one of the first things an ex-President wants is his Presidential Library. These libraries are used for historic reference and a place for the President to display his legacy of leadership. The George W.Bush Presidential Library is now in the planning stages and will include: The Hurricane Katrina Room,which is still under construction,the Alberto Gonzales Room,(where you won't be able to remember anything),the Texas Air National Guard Room,(where you don't even have to show up).the Walter Reed Hospital Room,(where they don't let you in),the Guantanamo Bay Room,(where they don't let you out),the Weapons of Mass Destruction Room (which no one has been able to find) the National Debt Room,(which is huge and has no ceiling),the Tax Cut Room(with entry to the wealthy),the Economy Room(which is in the toilet),the Iraq War Room ( after you complete your first tour,they make you go back for a second ,third,fourth and sometimes a fifth),the Dick Cheney Room(in the famous undisclosed location,complete with shotgun gallery),the Environmental Conservation Room(still empty), the Supreme Court Gift Shop,(where you can buy an election)my personal favorite,the Airport Men's Room(where you can meet some of your favorite Republican Senators) and the Decider Room(complete with dart board,Magic 8 ball,Ouija board,Tarot cards,dice,and straws.) The museum will also have a electron microscope to help you locate the President's accomplishments. Admission:Republicans-free:Democrats-$1,000 or 3 Euros.