Bush Is Called Upon to Serve
Bush has been called for jury duty in Crawford, Texas -- though (as with some wars we could mention) it seems unlikely that he will serve. Says 19th State District Judge Ralph Strother, a Republican who has a grandson serving in the Army in Iraq, "I don't think I'll be sending the sheriff out to bring the president in." Oh, but wouldn't be AWESOME if he did? And, hey, if not may his grandson can take his place in the court instead of at war -- for a change.
Because you know what's going to happen if Bush doesn't go. In twenty years, he'll be dressed in a suit and carrying a briefcase, with a town car delivering him to a courtroom in front of a banner that reads, "Justice Accomplished."
Will Bush heed his call to (jury) service? [Waco Tribune]
President Bush Announces Major Combat Operations in Iraq Have Ended [WhiteHouse.gov]