Man, if those poor cavemen haven't already suffered enough, what with all those Geico commercials on TV these days, now they have to put up with this!
I have one question, though...are we sure that Bush is in the right place here? I mean, it's clear that he's a bipedal primate of the family Hominidae, but I'm quite certain his scientific classification as a species is Homo neanderthalensis, not Homo sapiens.
Lemme just double-check to make sure...
George W. Bush
Species: H. neanderthalensis
Yep, I knew they had it mixed up!
Update: I just got an email from someone who thought I was making a homosexual joke about Bush since I had italicized the word Homo above. I wasn't. That is the correct way for it to be written - the correct animal nomenclature. Scientific names must be printed or written in specific ways to reduce misunderstandings among scientists who work in different countries, subdisciplines or time periods.
Scientific names for the basic taxonomic levels above Genus are always capitalized, but not italicized. The Genus name is always capitalized and italicized (or underlined if hand-written), and the full species name must always be italicized.
But beyond that, I personally don't find it funny to make jokes about homosexuals, nor would I ever insult them by comparing them to Bush! :P