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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