A cartoon of a Petri dish with Ted Bundy and George Hebert Walker Bush inside. By Oddball Times

This week in the Celebrity Clone Lab is George H. W. Bush and Ted Bundy, just look at the uncanny resemblance!

The interesting thing about this pair is that one was programmed to go into politics and the other was supposed to become a mass murderer. Unfortunately, even as a Republican, Ted Bundy failed to become a politician but thankfully George Herbert Walker Bush became one of the biggest mass murderers of all time. Sure, Ted Bundy tried to up the ante but killing five women in Florida wasn’t enough to outdo George Bush who would go on to kill over a hundred thousand men, women and children in Iraq.

Bundy did manage to outshine Bush in one aspect of life however; George allegedly only groped women but Ted went all-out and raped them. This achievement led to Bundy being crowned king, although the crown was made of electrodes and the throne was electric. Bush also spent his latter years in a seat of power (a motorised scooter) after which he had a state funeral, so I guess it’s obvious who the real winner is.

5 thoughts on “Celebrity Clone Lab: Ted Bundy And George H. W. Bush

    1. George Bush senior was honourably discharged from the Navy in September 1945, he then enrolled in Yale University (which is in Connecticut). Ted Bundy was born in November 1946 in Vermont so it is a possibility since both states are in the New England area. The question is; was Bush in and around Vermont at the age of 24? Vermont isn’t that far from Connecticut, just over a 4 hour drive. But even if he was in Vermont, maybe that’s when his DNA was sampled by the Celebrity Clone Lab 😉

      1. From Bundy’s Wikipedia page:

        “His birth certificate assigned paternity to a salesman and Air Force veteran named Lloyd Marshall, but Louise later claimed that she had been seduced by “a sailor” whose name may have been Jack Worthington. Years later, investigators would find no record of anyone by that name in Navy or Merchant Marine archives.”

      2. Either way George Herbert Walker Bush sired a killer: George W. Bush killed almost 200,000 people which is way more than Ted Bundy’s tally of “30 to 100”. 😀

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