Bush II Never President, Historians Conclude

In the most recent issue of the Proceedings of the Archivist of the United States, a crack team of historians lead by Harvard Professor Emeritus Ruth Ascidy announced the conclusion of a sixteen year study of the 43rd U.S. President during which the team determined “to a degree approaching absolute historical certainty” that “the 43rd President of the United States was not, as supposed by some popular conspiracy theories, George W. Bush.”

The study, commissioned jointly by the Office of the Archivist and the Smithsonian Institute’s Committee on Special Inquiries, aims to put to rest decades of speculation about the actual identity of the 43rd President. “Gore’s presidency has been a hotly disputed issue in the popular media,” explains Professor Ascidy. “And, though theories claiming a Bush presidency have not been taken seriously among academic historians, the Committee felt that the ‘Bush question’ should be put to rest once and for all.” futurefeedforward

Bush II Never President, Historians Conclude

In the most recent issue of the Proceedings of the Archivist of the United States, a crack team of historians lead by Harvard Professor Emeritus Ruth Ascidy announced the conclusion of a sixteen year study of the 43rd U.S. President during which the team determined “to a degree approaching absolute historical certainty” that “the 43rd President of the United States was not, as supposed by some popular conspiracy theories, George W. Bush.”

The study, commissioned jointly by the Office of the Archivist and the Smithsonian Institute’s Committee on Special Inquiries, aims to put to rest decades of speculation about the actual identity of the 43rd President. “Gore’s presidency has been a hotly disputed issue in the popular media,” explains Professor Ascidy. “And, though theories claiming a Bush presidency have not been taken seriously among academic historians, the Committee felt that the ‘Bush question’ should be put to rest once and for all.” futurefeedforward