Tuesday, June 24, 2008

George W. Bush Sewer Plant

George Bush Toilet Training by ~Sniff-Dit

Here in the City by the Bay, twelve history-minded souls are working to establish a fitting monument to the presidency of George W. Bush. They call themselves the Presidental Memorial Commission San Francisco, and they hope to secure Bush's legacy by putting his name on the local sewer plant.
If the group has its way, the George W. Bush Sewer Plant will make its debut in January when Dubya officially leaves office, and some supporters say the occasion should be marked by a city-wide "
"synchronized flush"
San Franciscan Brian McConnell and a friend cooked up the plan this spring while downing beers at a local bar. "We thought of the Iraq War, New Orleans being left to hang out on a vine, and everything else," McConnell tells us. "And when tried to come up with a fitting tribute, this idea popped out."
More here: San Franciscans prep monument to US prez

Hat tip to Wagga who sent the link with the following subject line: This turd gets flushed in 6 months!


Ogg the Caveman said...

I read about that in the local fishwrap. This being San Francisco, it stands an excellent chance of passing. As the supporterz pointed out the action will be nearly free, requiring only a small up-front expense to replace signs and the like.

Ogg the Caveman said...

Oh, and murst!