From the NY Times:
LONDON, Sept. 1 — The time is October 2007, and America is in anguish, rent by the war in Iraq and by a combustive restiveness at home. Leaving a hotel in Chicago after making a speech while a huge antiwar protest rages nearby, President Bush is suddenly struck down, killed by a sniper’s bullet.
This is describing a British TV program to be broadcast in the UK in October. Why does the prospect of Bush being assassinated make me unhappy?
Because then we’d be stuck with Cheney. (Or, if you want to be particular, unfiltered Cheney.)
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