Friday, July 18, 2008

S.F. to Dedicate Sewer to Bush

Report by Brenda Hanson, CA Chapter

In an effort to celebrate the Presidency of George W. Bush, San Francisco, California is considering a ballot measure that would rename a local sewage treatment center the George W. Bush Sewage Plant. Area resident, Bill Trainer, created a graph (depicted below) showing key similarities between Bush’s standard system of information dissemination and an actual sewage plant. Trainer called Bush’s presidency a “modern marvel which could only be celebrated adequately through the dedication of the treatment plant.” San Francisco mayor, Gavin Newsom applauded the measure, declaring that there is “no more fitting memorial to the Bush Administration.” San Francisco area residents will decide the issue by ballot in November.

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