Chapter 1- The Rage of George
Chapter 2- Rattling of Sabres
Chapter 3- Entreaties Rejected
Chapter 4- Osama Speaks
Chapter 5- The Underworld
Chapter 6- Fatherly Advice
Chapter 7- The Gods of War
Chapter 8- Juggernaut
Chapter 9- The Prisoners
Chapter 10- Interrogation
Chapter 11- George Dreams
Chapter 12- In the Clouds
Chapter 13- Déjeuner
Chapter 14- Secret Agent
Chapter 15- The Tyrant Flees
Chapter 16- Out of Order
Chapter 17- George Descends
Chapter 18- Master Kim
Chapter 19- Uncurious George
Chapter 20- Asana
Chapter 21- Doing the Patriot Act
Chapter 22- Immaculate Reception
Chapter 23- The Little Prince
Chapter 24- Mission Accomplished
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The fabric of well-woven lies frays;
As arguments for Iraqi war wear thin.
Revealed as sleazy fabrications,
Weapons of mass destruction never found,
Tales of deceit emerge, like yellow-cake
Uranium bought from Niger.
In his State of the Union address,
George repeats it: "The British government
Has learned that Saddam Hussein recently
Sought significant quantities of uranium
In Africa." The CIA advised against such claims;
The charges are phony.
Cornered by the Press, like pack dogs
Drawn to wounded prey, bold ones nipping,
Tearing bits of fur and flesh, tormenting their victim,
Relentlessly, until the prey has fallen,
The Bush administration admits
It’s been mistaken.
George Tenet of the CIA, falls on his sword,
This only after George claims his statement
Was OK’d by the security agency. Tenet
Gamely takes the blame, it’s all his fault.
George is off the hook, at least for now.
Condi spins and shuffles for distraction.
Foul Rumsfeld, U.S. losses mounting,
Concedes that more troops may be needed.
Long-term plans are made to occupy Iraq,
Enlist the help of willing coalition partners,
If any can be found, since the occupation’s
At double the original cost.
Paul Bremer III, appointed proconsul of Iraq,
Is bogged down and losing ground. He appoints
A council of 25 Iraqis who meet to plan the future.
Drawn from ethnic groups, expatriates, religious
Factions, and former diplomats, it is
Subject to the final word of Bremer.
Meanwhile Prince George tours Africa
Looking presidential, five countries in five days,
Some just for hours. He speaks out on AIDS
Talks about compassion, while
At home, unemployment hits new heights,
And the economy hits the skids.
“Look,” says George, “I want results,
The Bushiad and The Idyossey - Copyright 2004 by Victor Littlebear - All rights reserved