- Arguments for Terrorism
A satire written by David Ireland that tells the tale of how George 'Dubya' Bush tries to launch himself back into the political arena with a little help from his 'friends'.
"George Bush is depressed. He's left office as the most hated President ever and all he really wants to do is play his Xbox and cry himself to sleep. Worst of all, the new President is a really cool black guy. But George has an audacious plan to launch himself back on to the political scene. All he has to do is convince his good friends Tony Blair and former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar to join him. It's not gonna be easy but if anyone can do it, Dubya can."