While some critics charge that the Bush Administration has ignored global warming and passed big-business polluter-friendly legislation, the White House is suggesting Americans wait until November 4th, 2007 to decide.

Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. on November 4th, giving the country an extra week of saving daylight, and energy, as opposed to last year. Combined with nearly a month of extra daylight saving in the spring, President Bush is confident that he will be seen as the president who did the most to preserve our nation’s natural resources.

“For all his talk about parks and such, it wasn’t Clinton who came up with this idea,” said Bush, referring to President Clinton’s setting aside of over 6 million acres of land to be dedicated as national monuments. While Clinton was concerned about some environmental issues, Bush contends, he missed the fuel-cell boat on Daylight Saving Time. “It’s a no-brainer,” said a smirking George W. “We plan on saving Americans an estimated $30 trillion over the duration of the policy (forever). At an hour per household per year per night for about a month per year, that’s a lot of energy we’re saving.”

The White House has suggested that other corporations could purchase credits from the energy saved so that they can avoid strict environmental standards and continue to create job opportunities for Americans.  “We need to have an energy policy that is sensible and does not penalize companies for polluting,” said Bush. When asked from whom the energy credits would be bought, Bush said the energy utilities would handle the details, but that everyone would benefit.

Some environmentalists have accused Bush of being too lenient on polluters, but the White House believes that Bush’s commitment to Daylight Saving Time will be seen as his greatest legacy as president, and he will always be seen as one of America’s greatest environmental leaders.

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Donald Trump won America over by telling it like it is, and the fact is that most female heads of state are not beautiful women. Trump has been reluctant to give specifics, but based on past criticism of women, it would make sense that only two female leaders would make the cut in a pageant. Those two would be President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic of Croatia and a younger version of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner of Argentina. The rest of the female leaders would not tempt President-Elect Trump to kiss them uncontrollably or grab them anywhere without permission. Most female heads of state are simply not Mr. Trump's first choice. However, Trump has expressed interest in negotiations with Princess Kate, Princess Beatrice Borromeo (photo), and Princess Kay of the Milky Way, calling them all solid 8s, maybe 9s. Bill Clinton has confirmed that all female heads of state and princesses over the age of 22 are on his bucket list.
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President Bush stated in a recent interview that Iraq had “fumbled” the Saddam hanging and made Saddam’s execution look like a revenge killing when it carried out the sentence of the former dictator last month. The President said that it was “a home run for the Iraqi government to handle the trial of the clearly guilty Saddam in such an unbiased and swift method. But then, when it came to execute him, they muffed the snap and it looked like it was kind of a revenge killing.”

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