Thursday, December 08, 2005

All Things Bright and Beautiful



Dear New Orleans,

While many of you have lost your homes this year, we thought it would be a special "treat" for you to get to see the candy home we have built in addition to our regular home. This hand-crafted gingerbread house looks a lot like our home, the White House, which is a gigantic mansion, and which is fine, untouched by hurricanes! It's made of delicous pastries and candies and all kinds of heartwarming goodies costing many thousands of dollars in both materials and the labor of an exclusive pastry chef who we have hired just in case we decide we want some pastries. He doesn't make dinner, we have a Mexican who does that. He just makes cakes, can you believe it? Cake anytime you want! So while you are seeking to rebuild your shattered lives this winter, know that somewhere in America, the greatest country on Earth, is a giant candy house that is probably nicer than the little piece of shit you owned that got destroyed.

Love,
George W. and Laura Bush

6 Comments:

Blogger Grinder said...

LOL - excellent!!

4:11 PM  
Anonymous Tom D. said...

Well, maybe the Ginger White House gives them (The "victims" that is) some hope for the future.

Or, maybe it pisses them off.

Like it matters either way...heh heh.

Life is good for the rest of us.

A silver lining for them, no?

Why cant they just celebrate my happiness?

Tra la la...

1:34 AM  
Blogger CosmicMojo said...

rich

I want to steal this and send it to all my friends

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Worker #3116 - your name is Rich? Some of the mystique has now been lost.

3:59 PM  
Blogger Disco:Very said...

Perhaps this same chef can build a Devastated By Poverty and Hurricane Katrina New Orleans Gingerbread House, made from the leftovers of the Gingerbread White House? I'm just saying, is all.

5:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So where's that Dr. Guillotine when you need him? This year's Christmas Carol, "Oh Jacobins, My Jacobins." Vive la Revolution! Aw, dang it! I'm turning French!

11:10 AM  

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