So in one of the first few episodes of Season Two of Game of Thrones, King Joffrey take Sansa Stark up to the parapet to gaze at the severed heads of her father and her Septa. There’s another head up there on a spike, decorating the walls of the Red Keep – it has long hair and it’s face is partially turned away from the camera’s perspective. Take a look at it. See the shape of the nose, and the particular and familiar snug smirk.
You got it! It’s the head of George Dubya Bush! The makers of the show needed heads, and they grabbed the first one that was lying around, slapped a fright wig on it, and put it up there on a spike. It wasn’t politically motivated at all; not in the least.
Actually, I do believe the creators of Game of Thrones. Of all the people to whom George Dubya would be similar, I would think the false King Joffrey would come closest. But still, a great story.
Edit: this image will be scrubbed away from all future DVD’s and downloads of this show, as it has become an embarrassment. So enjoy it here.