Birth of George W. Bush--from
John Andersen, NC
nine months, Barbara Bush was expecting to give
birth any at time. At three o'clock one morning,
an elbow awakened George Sr. to his ribs and
Barbara saying, "it's time!"
you sure?" asked George Sr.
sure", answered Barbara. They quickly dressed,
jumped into the car and sped off to the Hospital.
The doctor took Barbara into the delivery room
while George Sr. went to the waiting room. In
a few minutes he heard the doctor say, "PUSH!
PUSH!" followed by some wet squishy noises.
Then the doctor came out and told him, "Sorry
George, false alarm. It was just a little fart."
Sr. was a little upset as they drove home but
he understood things like that happened. The
next night, George Sr. woke up with an elbow
hitting him in his ribs again. "It's time!"
Barbara told him urgently. "Are you sure this
time?" asked George Sr. “
sure", answered Barbara. So off they went to
the hospital. Again, Barbara goes into the delivery
room and George Sr. hears, "PUSH" and more squishy
noises, and just like before, the doctor comes
out and tells him, "Sorry George, it was just
a little fart again."
time George Sr. is very angry as they drive
home. "No more false alarms," he tells Barbara,
and of course she agrees. Well, the next night,
the same elbow to the ribs wakes George Sr.,
and again Barbara promises that this is not
a false alarm. "You better not lie to me," says
not, really," Barbara tells him. So it's off
to the hospital once again and this time after
George Sr. hears PUSH, PUSH, he hears a slap
and a baby crying. When the nurse brings out
George W. and shows him to George Sr., George
Sr. storms into the delivery room. Barbara,
seeing the expression on his face asks him,
Sr. answers, "you lied to me again, it's just
another little fart!"