George W. Bush was standing in an airport lobby when he noticed a man in a long flowing white robe, with long white hair and white beard. The man held a staff in one hand and had some stone tablets under his other arm.
Approaching the man, George W. inquired, “Pardon me, but aren’t you Moses?” Ignoring George W., the man stared at the ceiling.
Positioning himself more directly in the man’s view, George W. again asked, “Excuse me, aren’t you Moses?” Still the man continued staring at the ceiling.
George W. tugged at the man’s sleeve and asked once more, “Aren’t you Moses?” Finally, the man responded in an aggravated tone, “Yes, I am!”
George W. then asked the man his reason for being so unfriendly and Moses replied, “The last time I spoke to a Bush, I ended up spending forty years in the desert.”