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Bush Graduates from the Google Learn'in School.

George W. Bush's legacy is on the mend


(SNN) – Former US President George W. Bush has not enjoyed his post-presidential image. Having gone down in history as a war president and 'dufus', Bush left his presidency with the promise that he was going to “Learn the Googles”

“I was surprised while I was in the Google Learn'in School.” said Bush, “In class, I would google my name, I didn't find no good things said about me.”

However, a recent Gallup survey shows that for the first time since 2005, more people approve than disapprove of Bush. The Sage has learned that this slight upswing may be the result of two factors: the lack-luster performance of the 'yes we can' president Obama, and the fact that Bush has graduated from the Google Learn'in School.

“Yes, I am so proud of my Georgie,” said George's teacher, Margaret Bunhead, “Georgie struggled with the basic and advanced search feature, and he had a hard time getting away from Google Images.”

The Sage has learned that Bush is now able to conduct proper research using the Googles, and through his searches has discovered that there were no weapons of mass destruction, the US is trillions of dollars in debt, and that the largest guest resort in the world is located in Guantanamo Bay.

“It was touch and go for our Georgie,” said Bunhead, “But then we realized that he qualified for one of his own policies, so we applied it to him and now he is a full fledged graduate.”

The Sage has learned that Bush was slotted into the “No Child Left Behind” program. 

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