According to the highly reputable and most reliable news source The Onion, the CIA wishes Bush would quit blogging:

“Right now, the president insists it’s his right to have it, as long as he doesn’t work on it during White House work hours,” McLaughlin said. “But I believe we’ll be able to convince him, if we let him calm down. And even if we don’t, frankly, I can’t see the blog holding his interest for too long.”

Right 😉

8 thoughts on “if Bush blogged

  1. dave

    haha..for a moment there, i thought it was true..:P

    bush actually blogging???yeah right..

  2. Joanna

    Hi Jill,
    This is Joanna from Hong Kong and I read your blog accidentally from Blogsisters and I am interested in what you do in the University and the topics that you have chosen to write.
    Nice photography as well.

  3. Jill

    Thanks Joanna – and wow, I just spent half an hour reading at your website. It’s so beautifully put together, and very moving, too. Best wishes to you.

  4. Joanna

    Haha thanks for your compliments, Jill!
    I’ll keep you posted if I have something update for the site.

  5. Joanna

    by the way, is this true that Bush has a weblog? couldn’t find it on the internet…

  6. fivecats

    Looks like someone took up the challenge:

  7. Jill

    Ah, of course. Very similar tone to John Howard’s blog. Kind of funny as a concept but my god do they go on and on…

    (and no, believe nothing you read in The Onion…)

  8. Joanna

    Oh yes, I had thought of if the news was fake – as I got different versions of George Bush’s weblog from the search engines. But it would be interesting if he had one that exposed most of his personal life/true self.

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