Millions Lied, Bush Died by Zache and Johnneye
Zache and Johnneye stand up for what’s right in America. George W. Bush better known as ‘that asshole’ made a great impact on America. Before George W. Bush came to office America was suffering from a budget surplus and a lack of wars. Looking for a way to simultaneously destroy the economy and countries overseas Bush set out to change the course of history. For those unable to remember the Bush years due to age or deliberate intoxication, it was a tumultuous time. Millions of people opposed Bush’s policies. Hundreds of people supported Bush. Thanks to income inequality those hundreds were worth way more to Bush.
‘Millions Lied, Bush Died’ discusses the political fallout following the hypothetical death of George W. Bush. The phrase plays off of the ‘Bush Lied, Millions Died’ slogan used against Bush during his Presidential term. Of course being the shrewd political genius Bush would often reply to statements that he was incompetent, a war monger, and generally mismanaged the economy with “Whatever, I’m rich. My life is awesome.” Here though Zache and Johnneye show how the nation mourns a President who wasn’t always the most popular person in office.
420 times: that’s the amount of times that Bush died in their chapbook. Apparently new facts are revealed after Bush’s death. Ham was refused by Bush. Unfortunately a sex scandal did exist with George W. Bush. Had America known this they might have thought more highly of him. For evidence of this effect one can look to the halcyon days of the Clinton administration. Bill Clinton engaged in inappropriate relations. During that time the economy was going through a boom, income inequality was decreasing, and America wasn’t involved in conflicts overseas. In short, it was a terrible time to be in America. Even Clinton’s opponent Bob Dole was pretty cool about the whole thing. People to this day still adore Bob Dole. Indeed as Bob Dole once eloquently stated “Bob Dole is a swell guy.”
At Subway, where one can eat fresh, Bush allegedly ordered an all cheese sandwich. Refusing the rudimentary ham lunchmeat, Bush worked hard at being a shrewd negotiator with a Subway sandwich artist. Artistic temperaments of course might have contributed to such an impasse. Revelations about Bush’s approval of ‘Tosh.0’ is worrisome. Bush might have seen ‘The Daily Show’ and ‘Colbert Report’ which lampooned his miserable excuse for a presidency.
‘Family Guy’ facial expressions are a bit different. Here Zache and Johnneye cleverly leave out what the facial expression was. Did Bush love ‘Family Guy’? Now that Bush has gone to that big dude ranch in the sky it is hard to say. Bush is probably clearing brush in rich man’s Heaven, where for a nominal fee the eye of a needle is expanded to allow a camel to easily pass through. Movies have a greater effect on Bush though. ‘Jurassic Park’ that classic tale about growing up in a dinosaur park, engrossed a young Bush.
By the end of the chapbook it is obvious that towards the end of Bush’s life he managed to understand YouTube. Had he possessed this knowledge as a mere young President America might have been different. Oh well though he’s still alive. This chapbook reveals the conflicting emotions that America would go through upon learning that truly tragic news.