Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Bush’s Brain Strain

The President’s chief medical advisor is currently treating George W. Bush for a major brain strain. The President himself noted the problem after referring to Iran as Iraq in yesterday’s White House Press Conference. He blamed it on “a strained psyche”.

Bush opened the show with his usual banter but in doing so may have pulled something besides a reporter’s leg.

Fancy digs you got here.

Later in the program he commented on his psyche, the strain evident in his voice.

Frustrated? Sometimes I'm frustrated. Rarely surprised. Sometimes I'm happy. This is -- but war is not a time of joy. These aren't joyous times. These are challenging times, and they're difficult times, and they're straining the psyche of our country. I understand that.

Reporters recall hearing a loud pop when the President said the following:

The final history in the region has yet to be written.

It is believed his injury occurred at that moment. The President needs to heal quickly from this medical malady as the confrontation with Iran escalates. In the press conference President Bush used these words to describe the nuclear technology issue with Iran.

The dates -- dates are fine, but what really matters is will…..In order for the U.N. to be effective, there must be consequences if people thumb their nose at the United Nations Security Council.

For the U.S. Presidency to enter such difficult waters, he needs to run on all cylinders, to have all his faculties. Pray for our President that he heals quickly from his latest disorder.

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