Comedy Central: New Cartoon Show Attacking Entire Bush Family

April 20th, 2007 10:11 PM

Proving once again how badly the left suffers from BDS (Bush Derangement Syndrome), Comedy Central is launching a new animated show lampooning George W. Bush and all surrounding him that was originally broadcast through cell phone networks.

Included in the cartoon attacks will be Vice President Cheney, Sec. of State Condoleezza Rice and a brother JEB who is "dumb as paint".

Lil’Bush Makes the Big Time on Small Screen

In what may be a TV first, Comedy Central’s new series Lil’ Bush (which premieres in June) comes to TV by way of mobile devices such as web-enabled cell phones. The property began as mobisodes seen on 2” mobile screens.

While the technology is interesting and it is also historic that a show migrated to TV after originally being debuted over a cell phone network, they just can't resist it to be an attack on the man they love to hate.

The show follows the misadventures of Lil' George Bush and his precocious pals Lil' Condi, Lil' Rummy and the unintelligible, foul-mouthed wisecracker Lil' Cheney. They're like the Lil' Rascals except they access to weapons of mass destruction. And instead of getting into mischief and learning stuff from other kids in the neighborhood, the little people in Lil’ Bush square off with rivals such as Lil' Kim Jong-Il and Lil' John Kerry. As with the venerable series The Simpsons, this one features celebrity guest voices while pushing the social satire envelope.

Notice how they never want to "push the social satire envelope" by using a liberal icon as a platform to make fun of Americans.

Each week the show follows the Lil' gang (along with irascible dad George Sr., sweetly sinister Bar, and dumb as paint Jeb) as they get mixed up in all sorts of crazy adventures from taking a field trip to Iraq to just taking crank. This show will probably not end up on any top ten list of the Republican National Committee—unless it’s an enemies list.

Yes, Bush derangement Syndrome is epidemic.

My guess is this "show" will fail. But it will endear Comedy Central to the left and that, in the end, is probably the main goal.