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W.'s Catching Big Fish his Best Presidential Moment

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Bush's best moment in office? Reeling in big perch | Top News | Reuters.co.uk President Bush said that his best moment in office was catching a big perch in his own lake while on vacation. His worst moment was 9/11, according to the German newspaper, Bild am Sonntag.

Regarding the actual day of infamy, Bush said that "In such a situation it takes a while before one understands what is happening. I would say that this was the hardest moment, once I had the real picture before my eyes." No doubt it was a Herculean task trying to decide if he needed to continue following the kindergarten teacher reading "My Pet Goat" or try to picture airplanes flying into skyscrapers. Then there was the mystery as to what to do next like whether to get up or keep on sitting there.

As to his best moment as president, I wholeheartedly agree that W.'s greatest glory has been landing a seven-pound perch out of his own well-stocked lake. Nothing else comes close. Not only as president, mind you, but his shining moment appears to be a new personal best.

Dear souls, please join with me in praying that W. soon has an endless string of similar shimmering successes without ever having to worry about getting back to the office for the office is no longer in need of his services. Help W. go fish just as soon as he is through with impeachment for using artificial bait to lure us like big-mouthed suckers.

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