Thursday, May 12, 2005

Two News Stories Collide on a Busy Blog

White House Sleepovers Included Donors, Friends

About a third of the 152 guests who slept at the White House or Camp David last year were fundraisers or donors to President Bush's campaigns, but at least half of those also are family or old friends.

"It sounds like to a certain degree the White House and Camp David are being used as they have been for quite a while," says a spokesman for the Center for Responsive, but Not Too Responsive, Politics.

Macauley Caulkin, now 24, is the third young man to appear for the defense to deny he was a victim of improper behavior by Bush operatives during childhood visits.

While Culkin has admitted to going into the Lincoln bedroom at the White House several times, he insists he was never touched inappropriately for a donation and never witnessed the same happening to any other young visitors to the property. The Bush staff is accused of hitting on a 13-year-old boy in 2003, giving him wine and conspiring to give the boy's family lavish tax breaks and favorable legislation. President Bush denies all charges, reality and points out there is now democracy in Iraq. The long national nightmare continues.

1 Comments:

Anonymous karena said...

Just got around to reading this post and nearly spewed new nutritional sludge drink all over my computer. Too freaking funny.

2:12 PM  

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