Bush, Cheney and Gonzales are in transit in the Minneapolis airport. Dubya goes for a whiz and 15 minutes later is led out of the men's room, handcuffed, in the custody of an undercover police officer. Cheney and Gonzales accompany the president for the interrogation, a transcript of which is shared here below:
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DAVE BOSNIA, INVESTIGATIVE SERGEANT: Do you wish to talk to us at this time?
PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH: Sure pal, why not? Shall we start with baseball?
GONZALES (whispers to president): Just say you can't remember anything dude! It worked great for me!
BUSH: So, I go into the bathroom here, as I normally do. I was gonna take a dump...you know, take a load off my mind...had a big bowl of chili on the flight down here....
CHENEY: whispers loudly: Damn it George...I told you to say you were going in to search for weapons of mass destruction...can't you get anything right!
BOSNIA: OK....you may continue Mr. President... (Note: You can view every article as one long page if you sign up as an Advocate Member, or higher).
BUSH: So I sat down to go to the bathroom. And you said our feet bumped. Well there's just no way that happened at all. And the next thing I knew, under the bathroom divider comes a card that says "Police." I naturally assumed you were looking for my autograph. Happens to me in bathrooms all the time. You wanna make somethin' of it?
BOSNIA: OK. I don't want to get into a pissing match here.
BUSH: We're not going to, Bubba, I can assure you that. What's your beef anway? You think I'm some kind of homo or somethin'? Is that it? You think I'm some kind of f*ggot?
BOSNIA: Actually I don't care if you are gay...this is a free country. I wouldn't waste taxpayers money trying to expose harmless gay adults or corrupt elected officials enjoying themselves in the privacy of their own public restrooms. That's just the kind of trivia that CNN would spend a lot of time on instead of exposing treason and war crimes. But not someone like me. I'm a public servant.
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