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Coexist Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Sep-28-05 02:51 PM
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Sympathy for a Great Statesman: George W. Bush
Satire is so.... satirical!

http://www.watchingamerica.com/elpaisco000001.html
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"A man that suspends his well-deserved vacation and leaves his ranch so abruptly - and we have already verified the neglect that this has caused (he almost forget to tune up his pick-up truck) to attend to problems of State, deserves the respect and the admiration of the free world. He is an honorable man and does not deserve the unjust commentaries that have befallen him of late. Could it be that he caused the tragedy of New Orleans? Could it be that Katrina or Rita were his inventions? Could it be that he didn't have capable enough subordinates to handle the floods? Or perhaps he never called to get their advice??"

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"Alien to that Latin American tradition of holding orphans, embracing widows and wasting time catering to matters of the heart, he is more often in the Oval Office, meditating and thinking up new strategies. He knows better than anyone that all problems - even spiritual ones -can be solved with a bill - and that is what he has obtained: hundreds of millions of dollars to attend to the tragedy. Some of the other issues he faces are tropical fever, crying crocodile tears and being forced to cluck 'I am Sorry.'"



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