Did Bush Snr and Clinton Sleep In 'Only Bed' Together On Tsunami Tour?
read between the lines....
experts in presidential spin have analysed a press release, reported in Newsweek,
that Bill Clinton slept on the floor while George Bush Snr slept in 'the only
available bed' on the plane, during their recent tour of Tsunami affected countries.
highly respected reporters have concluded that the story is just a 'smokescreen',
and that Bush and Clinton both 'laid in the same bed together and agreed to lie
about it afterwards'.
Goodbody, from TV's Funniest Presidential Bloopers, told us:
not saying they did sleep in the same bed together and I'm not saying they didn't.
All I'm saying is that if they did sleep in the same bed together then this is
the story I would expect from the White House."
is simply not believable that 80 year old Bush would have allowed Clinton, who
is due back in hospital for an operation, to sleep 'stretched out on the floor
with his toes in the air' as claimed. All this while the Octogenarian had 'a nice
and comfy snooze all on his own'? Gentleman George Bush Snr would never have allowed
would be standard former president protocol to publicly offer the bed, which Clinton
did two months ago, but then, when the doors were closed, they would sleep together
and then lie about it afterwards."
Gonzales, one of the architects of the Just Say No To Everything Naughty
campaign of the 1980's, said the story was a load of old hokum:
George Bush and Bill Clinton are committed bible fearing Christians. It quite
clearly says in Leviticus 18:22 "Thou shalt not lie with man, as with
woman: it is abomination". Now, obviously, 'lie', in this context, is
referring to outrageously sweaty homosexual sex, but laying together in the same
bed for a nap would be covered, here, too. It just didn't happen."
experts say that computer simulations run for the story confirm that former President
Bush would have slept on the right, former President Clinton would have slept
on the left next to the light switch.
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Briefing: Two men sleeping in bed together
is widely discouraged because it can lead to inexplicable stains on sheets and
spontaneous human combustion.