Monday, December 04, 2006

Chimpy & the chocolate factory


This morning Bush had over to the White House some children whose parents are serving overseas in the military for a production of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” He told the kids “I know it’s tough to have your mom or dad overseas, and we wish you all the best.” Yeah, good luck with that. “But it’s really important work. And so we wanted to welcome you here to the White House to, first of all, thank you for your strength, and so that you would do me a favor and email your mom or dad who is overseas how much the Commander-in-Chief respects them, admires them and supports them.” Then they all met Santa Claus, possibly played by John Bolton (Bush also issued a statement blaming Democrats’ “stubborn obstructionism” for “disrupting” his vital work of stubbornly obstructing the United Nations). Anyway, here are some pictures for you to caption. Try not to make fun of the kids. Their names are Addis Bugg and Chauncey Liscomb. Really, try not to make fun of the kids – did I mention that their names are Addis Bugg and Chauncey Liscomb? (Chauncey, by the way, is the white one)






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