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krispos42 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-23-06 11:47 PM
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105. And when they repeal the 22nd amendment....
I just had a lovely vision. The righties repeal the 22nd amentment, removing the 2-term limit on the presidency. Bush runs for a 3rd term, and an irate Bill Clinton comes storming out of retirement and KICKS HIS ASS!!!!! With Wes Clarke by his side, Clinton wins 49 states (all except Utah) in the biggest electoral landslide since Reagan and leaves a big dusty footprint on Dubya's ass on January 20th, 2009.

And a few months later, Dubya&Co. being arrested by US Marshals at his estate in Texas for war crimes and crimes against the Constitution.

After a lengthy trial, BushCo is convicted and sent to that supermax prison in Colorado. When asked by reporters if he would pardon them, Clinton says "Fuck no!" on live TV.

And as Bush&Co reports to prison, breaking news comes in from the Middle East about how a Predator-launched Hellfire just turned Bin Laden into chunky salsa.

Ahh, the world is now a brighter place.

(P.S. I would have preferred Howard Dean, but as head of the DNC I believe he in ineligable to run for prez in 2008 :-( )
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