WASHINGTON D.C. (PoopyCaca.com) – Walking on the White House lawn with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice this morning, President Bush made a brief statement to the media, expressing his concerns about the Pope’s health and the challenge of nominating a replacement.
“Laura and I both prayed for the Pope this morning, he’s a good man, and I’m going to have a hard time nominating anyone who can fill his shoes,” President Bush said, “I’m hoping he’ll pull through and I won’t have to.”
Secretary Rice stopped in her tracks stating, “You don’t nominate Popes.” The President then waved and the two walked briskly back into the White House, without further comment.
White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan held an unannounced press conference so that he could explain any appearance of confusion on the part of the president. “President Bush was saddened to hear of the Pope’s condition, as are all Americans, and his comments this morning were taken out of context.”
When asked how Bush’s comments were taken out of context, McClellan said, “I believe the President thought you folks were talking about Justice Rehnquist,” at which point the entire White House press corps began yelling questions.
McClellan called on oddly familiar looking rookie reporter George W. Gannon, who asked “How many Democrats have any ideas about Social Security?”
McClellan declined to answer, citing his desire to avoid any partisanship and closed the press briefing with his usual, “McClellan out.”
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