The ‘Green’ Bushes: Jenna and Barbara

Al Gere

Washington, D.C. -Washington, D.C., police arrested Jenna and Barbara Bush on Dec. 9 for being out past curfew and promoting the Green Party.

The police caught the president’s daughters with Chelsea Clinton, posting Green Party signs on
neighborhood lawns.

“We feel it is a family issue,” said first lady Laura Bush. “We will address the problem at home.”

Police asked Secret Service agents about their involvement. They claim they are only present to protect the women, not to prevent them from breaking the law.

According to the police report, a woman called police after seeing three people creep into her front yard and post a sign.

The woman yelled at the three women from her front door. She tried to chase them but could not keep up.

The girls hopped into a limousine and sped away.

“They were very quick,” the woman said. “I just couldn’t keep up.”

Washington, D.C., police Chief Charles H. Ramsey said the force received numerous calls that evening reporting suspicious behavior in the area.

“We sent officers out to investigate the complaints,” he said.

Police officers found the limousine in the area and followed it from a distance, the police report said.

Police saw three women hop out of the vehicle with what appeared to be a large lawn sign, the police report said.

Police officers moved in on the limousine and apprehended the women when they returned, the police report said.

Jenna and Barbara Bush and Clinton turned themselves over to police.

“We didn’t think there was anything wrong with it,” Clinton said. “We are forced to support our parents’ political ideology publicly, but privately, we support the Green Party.”

The Bush daughters agreed.

“I voted for Ralph Nader in the last election,” Barbara Bush said.

“I meant to vote for Nader, but the ballot confused me,” Jenna Bush said. “I actually voted for Buchanan.”

The women appeared in court Dec. 12. President George W. Bush issued an executive order and they were sentenced to four months working for the Republican Party.

“I don’t think that’s fair,” Clinton said. “My dad is a Democrat.”