I laughed when Bush got away with stealing his first election.
I laughed when he choked on a pretzel.
I laughed when George spent more time fishing and golfing than he did being President.
I laughed when I woke up at 3:00 in the afternoon on September 11, 2001.
I laughed when Osama Bin Laden out-maneuvered the entire United States Military.
I laughed when people actually thought that America was in Iraq for a righteous reason.
I even cracked a joke about Grizzly Adams coming out of a hole in Baghdad.
I laughed when Howard Dean opened his mouth wide and made a funny sound.
I laughed with Michael Moore as the real George Bush was handed to us on a silver platter for everyone to see.
I laughed even harder when hardly anyone wanted to see.
I laughed when the only candidate left standing was an ugly, ketchup-eating billionaire, who wanted to represent the common citizen.
But I laughed the hardest of all when George W. Bush said he thought that the majority of the American people were stupid enough to believe his lies.
It's not funny anymore.