My First Presidentiary: A Scrapbook by George W. Bushby Modern Humorist, Kevin Guilfoile
From The Modern Humorist, the funniest, hippest website to come along since The Onion, My First Presidentiary is a hilarious parody of the rise of George W. Bush, as seen through the eyes of Dubya himself. Fans of O.J.'s Legal Pad and Our Dumb Century will love this first in a series of books coming from The Modern Humorist.
The Modern Humorist is one of the hottest websites around, and during the Republican convention, it scored a big hit with a series called "George W. Bush's Diary," written and drawn in the style of a third-grader's class assignment. My First Presidentiary takes off from there, adding the people, events, and screwups that have put their stamp on the administration of The Great Pronunciator.
Highlights include Dubya's correspondence with his young Mexican pen pal, Hector (including the real scoop on Area 51 and other government secrets), White House redecorating schemes (a NASCAR motif for the Lincoln bedroom?), the "Leave No Child Behind" maze, Dubya's handwriting practice (copying the sayings of Trent Lott), and the deal with Cuba to trade the Florida Keys for three left-handed starters and a closer.
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