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George Walker Bush was the 43rd President of the United States, serving from 2001 until 2009. He was a member of the U. S. Republican Party, along with his vice president Dick Cheney. He made several appearances over the course of the series.

Appearance

Bush's original appearance has gray hair with different shades, black eyebrows, a wrinkly face with a large chin and half-lidded eyebrows, while wearing a black suit with a blue tie. He is rather wide and obese. His later appearances have smoother gray hair and rectangular gray eyebrows with a thinner built, full eyes, and less wrinkles as well as a larger chin and different facial shape.

Role

President Bush is first seen deciding whether to give David Blaine and his followers tax exempt status or not in "Super Best Friends". He is modeled on Timothy Bottoms' appearances as him in the series That's My Bush!, also created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The rest of the cast of the series also appears alongside him.

In "A Ladder to Heaven", Bush is seen being convinced by government officials that Saddam Hussein is building weapons of mass destruction in Heaven, and plans an attack there. He is then questioned whether he is high or stupid, but assures the United Nations that he is not high.

In the episode, "South Park is Gay!", Bush has no lines, but gets a makeover from the Queer Eye for the Straight Guy hosts.

In "Best Friends Forever" a Republican leads a speech while under the influence of Satan's boyfriend Kevin, likened by some to Bush's usage of religion in speeches. The character is unidentified but some speculated it may be Bush.

Jimmy Vulmer makes a joke mentioning George Bush in the episode, "Erection Day".

In "Two Days Before the Day After Tomorrow", Kyle suggests that George Bush was responsible for the flooding of Beaverton.

Bush reappeared with an updated design to resemble the real President in "Cartoon Wars Part II", in which he responded to the terrorists' threats to attack America over the appearance of Muhammad on the TV show Family Guy. Kyle Broflovski and Eric Cartman debatge with him over the episode airing but ultimately it does. The terrorists then send a video to the United States featuring George Bush, Jesus and U. S. citizens defacating on each other.

In the episode, "Mystery of the Urinal Deuce", George Bush attempts to kill Kyle and Stan for discovering the government's role in the September 11th terrorist attacks and stages an entire ruse to make it appear to be a conspiracy - at the end however, it turns out the United States government had nothing to do with it, and the conspiracy idea is a conspiracy in itself.

In the episode "The Snuke", Eric Cartman calls President Bush to warn him about an attack, on Hillary Clinton, although Bush does not speak.


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