"A show on CSpan about presidential libraries started me thinking what
George W. Bush Museum might be like. Here are some highlights you won't
THE ALBERTO GONZALES ROOM: Where you can't remember any of the exhibits.
THE HURRICANE KATRINA ROOM: It's still under construction.
THE TEXAS AIR NATIONAL GUARD ROOM: You don't even have to show up.
THE WALTER REED HOSPITAL ROOM: Where they don't let you in.
THE GUANTANAMO BAY ROOM: Where they don't let you out.
THE WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION ROOM: Nobody has been able to find it.
THE WAR IN IRAQ ROOM: After your first tour is finished they can force
to go back to take a second and a third.
THE DICK CHENEY ROOM: In an undisclosed location, you get to shoot
in the face.
There will also be an entire floor devoted to a 7/8 scale model of the
Check out the K-Street Project gift shop, where you can
buy an election, or if no one cares, steal one. Don't forget to visit the
men's room where you could meet a Republican senator.
To be fair, the
president has done some good things, and so the museum will have an
electron microscope so you can see them.
When asked, the president said that he
didn't care so much about the individual exhibits as long as his museum
was better than his father's."