Bush to dump Cheney for Hillary

This post was written by marc on July 18, 2004
Posted Under: Politics

OK – you heard it here first. I bet there’s a Pulitzer prize waiting for me but here’s the BREAKING NEWS!

Bush is not only going to dump Cheney – but he’s going to try to woo Democrats by putting together a unity ticket. And what Democrat is Bush going to pick to be his running mate? None other than HILLARY CLINTON!!!!

A Bush / Clinton ticket would be a very powerful ticket because it will attract a lot of women voters and Clinton supporters. It would alienate the Right but if its part of a plan to hold onto power – they might go for it. Besides – who else are they going to vote for? Hillary however wants to have Cheney’s power and use Bush as a puppet president the way Cheney does. Bush himself doesn’t have a problem with that – but Carl Rove and Donald Rumsfield hate the ticket and want to stick with Cheney.

Did you wonder why Bush was so nice to Bill Clinton last month when he came to the White House? Well – that’s when Bush and Clinton struck a deal to put Hillary on the ticket. And – the real reason that the Democrats didn’t want to put Hillary on the schedule originally for the Democratic Convention is because they believe the rumors might be true.

So – you might be thinking – “Perkel – you are a whaco! Do you think anyone is going to buy a story like this? Is anyone really that stupid? You’re hardly a real journalist!” Well – they bought the Kerry / McCain ticket story that was just as far out and kept running it even after Kerry and McCain denied it. And you don’t hear Bush denying a Bush / Clinton ticket. I may end up being wrong on this – but if Bush doesn’t run with Hillary – it won’t be because he didn’t want to – it will be that Hillary backed out and he got stuck with his second choice.

Feel free to post this story on other blogs.

Reader Comments

Sure we don’t hear Bush denying a Bush/Clinton ticket, but are people actually questioning Bush about this? (I’m not living in the States, so I don’t know)

That’s kind of like saying that since a giraffe makes no noise, anytime you don’t hear anything, it must be because a giraffe is around.

Also, the notion that Bush would have to “strike a deal” with Bill Clinton to decide Hillary’s political future seems odd to me. She’s a US senator, after all.

Written By MadBlue on July 18th, 2004 @ 9:44 am

That’s funny!

Written By Randy Charles Morin on July 18th, 2004 @ 11:59 am

Good one, Marc. But the effect you’re going for is hopeless; no major media outlet will pick this up. Why waste time on something this silly?

Written By Alex Libman on July 18th, 2004 @ 6:37 pm

M. Willis, there’s a fine line between satire and conspiracy theory. It’s not something that immediately jumps out at the reader as satire (well, not on THIS blog, at least). 😉

But after a second reading, yeah, it IS pretty funny.

Written By MadBlue on July 18th, 2004 @ 7:14 pm

I want what you’ve been smoking!

Written By LW on July 19th, 2004 @ 2:38 pm

No problem. 🙂

Written By MadBlue on July 20th, 2004 @ 1:49 am

Hillary and Bush. Good one. Then again, you don’t hear anything otherwise in a form of denials. Not the usual “cannot confirm or deny”…

Written By charlie chingas on July 20th, 2004 @ 1:25 pm


Written By Michael on July 20th, 2004 @ 9:25 pm

reminds of the time when bush was asked if he ever done any crack, his reply was ‘no comment’

Written By Joshua gillogly on July 21st, 2004 @ 5:40 am


  1. ledge of liberty  on July 18th, 2004 @ 10:48 pm

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