Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Bush Aborts McCain/Byrd Love Child Without Parental Consent

Asserts President's Constitutional right to choose

President Bush evacuated the "Gang of fourteen's" first-trimester, concessionary love child this evening, by asserting his right to choose Justice John G. Roberts to fill the vacant seat on the US Supreme Court

Washington--President George Bush today pushed aside democratic demands for parental notification, and aborted the love child created by the now infamous "Gang of 14."

The legislative embryo, terminated at Bush's nomination of Justice John G. Roberts to the United States Supreme Court in replacing outgoing Justice, Sandra Day O'Connor, was a shock to many.

The group, comprised of seven democrats and seven republicans, agreed to create the love child out of mutual respect, demanding that any conceptual abortive remedies of the compromise would first entail parental notification by the President. Many critics believe the nomination a direct assault on the reproductive rights of moderate senators.

"If they can peer into what we do in John McCain's office, what's next? Letting voters decide elections?" said one democratic insider familiar with the machinations of the compromise. “Next thing you know, they’ll be going after our sensitivity school vouchers programs.”

Neither McCain nor Byrd were available for comment.

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