Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Worth Three in a Bush

“It seems to me I've heard that song before
It's from an old familiar score, I know it well” – Sammy Cahn

On Monday, June 15th 2014 Anno Domini, the year of Jack Lord,  a date which will live in infamy, John Ellis "Jeb" “Scooter” “Jughead” “the Beaver” Bush, son of 41st President George H. W. Bush, brother of mass murderer, convicted DUI offender and functioning while clinically brain-dead 43rd President George W. Bush and baby daddy of English warbler Kate Bush, officially announced his candidacy for the 2016 Presidential Election. “A crowd of people stood and stared,” Hillary Clinton chortled while defiantly hiking up her coral pants suit, and the only 32 registered Republicans left out of the 55 million who have yet to declare considered their options.

In conjunction with this announcement, the Bush operation released the official logo, which was creatively designed to be multi-functional - equally suited to a political campaign, as well as to the Lifetime Network daytime talk show whose premiere will immediately follow his embarrassing and devastating defeat.

Besides the, conspicuous by its absence, AWOL family surname, keen-eyed “… and several butcher’s aprons” readers (needless to say, our readers are not merely keen-eyed, but sharp-minded, mind-bogglingly attractive, humane to all creatures great and small and sexual dynamos nonpareil) will have noticed that this cheery icon is also without a slogan – no slogan, no motto, no mission statement, no message whatsoever but for an inference of excitement and the implication that the candidate is aware of what year the next Commander in Chief will assume the reigns.

Well, friends, after some considerable effort - the greasing of a palm or two, a bit of computer hacking, an exchange of sexual favors and a very unfortunate, but justifiably necessary, successful drone strike, we have obtained the heretofore hidden and understandably rejected Jeb Bush campaign slogans.

All of the images can be selected and enlarged for easier enjoyment or annoyment, whichever personally applies.

Sure it's depressing, disheartening and discouraging that yet another member of the lowest IQ clan is pursuing the highest office in the land, but sometimes all one needs for a little mood lifting is a nice glass of Bosco and a tuneful distraction. So, if you'll provide the chocolate moo, I'll present the diddy with Frank Sinatra performing, "I've Heard This Song Before."

 Any comments, questions, criticisms, candid confessions, cash contributions?  Contact me at butchersaprons@mail.com.

1 comment:

  1. What's even more of a downer, is some pundits taking Trump's candidacy seriously, because 'there's a large portion of voters who think the same things he's saying out loud'.