Proposal for President Bush as Next Mount Rushmore Sculpture Causes Shock

WASHINGTON DC - USA - George W Bush is currently under consideration to be the next U.S. President etched on the face of Mount Rushmore.


As the long reign of George W Bush is soon coming to an end, Pentagon officials have just announced that he is being considered as the next U.S. President to grace Mount Rushmore in South Dakota.

Pentagon spokesman for the White House, Ronald Da Silva, made the momentous announcement this morning at a press conference held in the Green Room of the White House itself.

The Mount Rushmore sculptures were last carved between October 4, 1927, and October 31, 1941.

The proposed 2009 carving of George W Bush will be carried out by Italian sculptor Pietro Paulo Guglielmo Guido Bugiardini who has many fine works permanently exhibited at the Uffizi in Firenze. Bugiardini was chosen from thousands of sculptors around the world and will be commencing preparatory sketches of George W Bush prior to the huge operation involved in sculpting the presidents face on Mount Rushmore.

He will follow in the footsteps of Gutzon Borglum and the 400 workers who sculpted the colossal 60-foot (18 m) carvings of U.S. presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln to represent the first 150 years of American history.

These presidents were selected by Borglum because of their role in preserving the Republic and expanding its territory.

The State Department is making a momentous decision in announcing its intention to the American nation that another great U.S. President will once again grace the famed mountain face.

“George W Bush is the greatest U.S. President this nation has ever seen. He has single-handedly done so much for this country and he is well qualified to stand next to the other greats like Roosevelt and Washington,” John McCormack, from the State Department’s Historic Preservation Office said.

Democrat Senator Hillary Clinton, who is currently teetering on the edge of finally being ousted from the primaries, had time enough to comment on the state departments announcement:

“This has to be the craziest news I’ve heard all week. Even though I don’t agree with what Bush has done to our great nation, I have to say that he sure is one of the most memorable presidents we’ve ever had,” a laughing Hillary was quoted as saying on the campaign bus in Indiana after her muted win.

  • nicolas

    Hi, i think that gwb is the worst president the US could ever had, I dont understand taht he won the election, not only once but twicce…
    @ joe : seeing how well you write, I see from what kind of people he got elected from eh.. from ignorant, like himself ! Obama is here to rock your country ! If it wasnt for Bush, then maybe your country would still be a great one… Also, wasnt he voted the worst president of all time ? Stupid gwb..

  • John

    Come On This information is propaganda. Bush is not being considered and you know it, John Wilkes.

  • tuklo nashoba

    Bush? You’ve got to be kidding me. Not only has he and Cheney taken our great nation to the brink of ruin, he has done so due to ignorance. The man never was intelligent enough to be president in the first place. The only reason we invaded Iraq was so he could show Poppy that he (W) was a better man. The whole fiasco makes me ill. As a Native American, and as a famous author, I will push as hard as I can to quash this stupidity before it can happen.

  • Jeb Reynolds

    If it werent for George we would not have invaded Iraq and killed thousands of muslims and towelheads. He sure showed ’em some

  • Joe

    I voted twice fer GWB and I gotsa says h’es the best thing that happened to our countrie. I c’ant weight ta see his statu up on Mount Rushmore. God bless America!!!