Good ole Dubya! Is it wrong to want George W. Bush back in the headlines just for Will Ferrell's "Saturday Night Live" impressions? Bush is not, in fact, running for president again (that's not quite how our system works), but Will Ferrell opened SNL's December 12 episode to rapturous applause when appearing at the podium to announce his candidacy:

"The field of Republicans is so messed up I figure it makes you miss me, doesn't it? And that's saying a lot."

He then ripped into each GOP candidate (the Ben Carson one is classic), including Bush's own brother Jeb. "Poor Jeb. You gotta admit it's a pretty good plot twist that I turned out to be the smart one. Of course, I wish he would've asked me about the exclamation point on the end of his name. Look, I don't like the taste of broccoli, but it doesn't get any tastier if you call it 'Broccoli!'"

True. And you know he's right about the leprechauns. Those internment camps just backfired and leprechaun relations have never recovered since. "That's why they are so hard to find."


Please bring him back for a debate with Kate McKinnon's Hillary Clinton and Larry David's Bernie Sanders. The sketch doesn't need to match the current political outlook -- we get enough of that on the news -- it just needs to be entertaining, and this beautiful mess is bliss.

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