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...... "Too many good docs are getting out of the business.

......Too many OB/GYN's aren't able to practice their...their love with women all across the country."�GEORGE BUSH

Sept. 6, 2004, Poplar Bluff, Mo.


Mr. "BRING IT ON" Man, got his ass kicked by his own bicycle!

Scientific experiment to PROVE the economy is "ON FIRE" and there are lots of
high paying jobs being created. Heck, you can't even turn around without being offered a six figure CEO position, right? LOLOLOL...MORE of "THE BIG LIE"!
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Thursday, October 14, 2004


Newsday.com - Long Island Entertainment

"October 13, 2004, 6:59 PM EDT

An associate producer for Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor" filed a sexual-harassment suit yesterday against host Bill O'Reilly and the network, alleging that during telephone calls and in-person conversations, he made many lewd and sexual comments over the years.

Earlier in the day, Fox News and O'Reilly filed a lawsuit of their own against Andrea Mackris of Manhattan and her attorney, Benedict Morelli, alleging that they tried to extort $60 million in "hush money" to prevent a sexual-harassment suit.

O'Reilly denied the harassment claims against him, and in a news conference yesterday, Morelli said Fox's claim of extortion was baseless. He and his partner had settlement talks with Fox, Morelli said, adding that "the type of negotiations that occurred between us and the attorneys for Fox and Bill O'Reilly happen every day ... "

Mackris, 33, mostly stared at the conference table during the news conference and did not answer any questions.

Mackris' suit claims that during several dinners, O'Reilly talked about how he had advised another woman how to use a vibrator and suggested Mackris use one, too. He allegedly related many stories of his own sexual encounters on several occasions over the years.

Mackris worked as an associate producer on "The O'Reilly Factor" from April 2000 through January 2004. She left for CNN in early 2004 but returned to Fox in July after her boss at CNN was fired for sexual harassment, her suit states.

According to the complaint, O'Reilly's calls were particularly lewd and graphic after she returned to Fox. In one conversation, O'Reilly allegedly discussed his fantasies on a Caribbean vacation. When Mackris reminded O'Reilly that he was her boss, she said he responded "You just have to suspend that."

In other discussions, which the suit called "perverted ravings," he allegedly approached Mackris and her college friend, saying, "Boy, I would've had fun with you two," and told Mackris of his trysts with a pair of "really wild" Scandinavian airline stewardesses and a "girl" at a Thai sex show.

In its lawsuit, Fox calls the sexual-harassment claims "baseless" and politically motivated designed to "extract maximum leverage against Fox and O'Reilly right before the presidential election," adding that the allegations were meant to "embarrass and tarnish the reputations of Fox and O'Reilly."

"As a public figure, I have received many threats. But enough is enough ... the threats stop now. I will not give in to extortion," O'Reilly said in a statement.

O'Reilly's and Fox's attorney Ronald Green said that Mackris and O'Reilly have always had a professional relationship and that she even asked O'Reilly personally for her job back. According to Fox News' complaint, she makes $92,300 in her current job.

O'Reilly, who lives in Manhasset, filed his case in state Supreme court in Nassau County, while Mackris filed her suit in state Supreme court in Manhattan.

A Fox News spokeswoman said Mackris is still an employee at the network, although Green said she has cleaned out her desk.

Morelli, a Manhattan lawyer, has won several high-figure personal injury cases and other high profile cases.

O'Reilly is a conservative commentator known for his sometimes caustic commentary. Fox's lawsuit accuses Morelli of being politically motivated, pointing out that he has donated large sums to the Democratic Party and candidates."


Newsday.com - Business: Long Island and New York City

" Treasury skirts $7.4 trillion debt limit

WASHINGTON -- Awash in red ink, the federal government has torn up its credit card to keep the national debt under the legal $7.384 trillion ceiling.

Treasury Secretary John Snow made the announcement in a letter to Congressional leaders, warning that he had stopped borrowing funds and would run out of time and gimmicks by mid-November. At that point, he wrote, "all of our previously used prudent and legal actions to avoid breaching the statutory debt limit will be exhausted."

Snow also asked Congress to raise the raise the debt limit.

At the moment, there is no threat to government operations. "The Treasury has more than enough funds," said Lou Crandall, chief economist for Wrightson ICAP, bond research firm based in Jersey City, N.J.. Nor do investors face any risk as long as Congress does indeed raise the debt limit next month.

It would be the third hike in four years as the federal debt has risen by $1.8 trillion since 2000. In that time, federal finances have also swung from a $127 billion budget surplus to the $413 billion deficit for the 2004 fiscal year, which Snow also announced Thursday.

Democrats were quick to highlight both announcements. Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) cited the new figures as "further evidence of the Bush Administration's fiscal recklessness. While they are out promoting their relentless agenda of tax cuts for the rich, their Treasury Department is forced to admit that the burden of paying for these tax cuts will fall on the shoulders of our children and grandchildren," he said."

Congress has always approached the debt ceiling warily, and House and Senate Republican leaders refused Snow's request in August to raise the limit before this year's election. The last increase -- a $934 billion hike -- was voted just 16 months ago. Snow indicated he would employ the same devices in the next month that he had then."


Santa Cruz Sentinel Forums: Bush Wore Earpiece During Debate!

Santa Cruz Sentinel Forums: Bush Wore Earpiece During Debate!
"You conservatives will scoff at this, of course, but how else to explain why he's even able to answer unscripted questions? Then there's the "let me finish" line, when no one was interupting him, and he still had plenty of time left to make his statement. Who was he talking to?

Bush's earpiece: What's the frequency, Karl?
While watching a re-broadcast of the debate, my ladyfriend noted something odd: Bush seemed to have a wire, or an odd protrusion of some sort, running down his back.

Apparently, Fearless Leader used an earpiece during the confrontation. This site presents a persuasive audio demonstration.

At one point, Bush said: "And that's not how a commander-in-chief acts..." Then he stumbled over himself, sputtering incomprehensible sounds. Then, in an annnoyed tone, he snarled: "Now let me finish!"

Two points about that "Now let me finish!": 1. He seems genuinely irritated, as though someone had just interrupted him. 2. In fact, no-one had interrupted him.

Was he addressing Jim Lehrer? No, because the odd interjection came long before the flashing lights warned that his 90 seconds were up. Neither Lehrer nor Kerry had attempted to jump in. Bush's expression of irritation appears to have been directed at someone speaking to him, someone unheard by anyone else in the room.

This theory goes a long ways toward explaining the president's consistently odd speech patterns -- the cavernous pauses punctuating sharp volleys of sound.

It should be noted that this is not the first time sharp observers have found reason to accuse Bush of using an earpiece, even though he is not (so far as I know) hearing impaired. For example, here we have this posting from a left-wing blog, published last June:

I'm wondering if any one else caught this, President Bush met with French president Jacques Chirac around the second of June. Both men were in France at podiums in front of a large press core. Bush had an earpiece in, I thought nothing of this since Bush has not yet mastered English, him knowing any French is a long shot. Soon after turning on CNN, I noticed that some one else was carefully dictating Mr. Bush's exact words before he actually said them. At first I thought this simply must be a tech problem, like an echo of some sort, but that was not the case. I could distinctly discern that these were two separate voices.
The same site offers this guest comment:

What was the square-looking bulge tonight underneath the back of Bush's jacket? It looked like the outline of a wireless receiver. His odd eye movements and unnatural pauses at points also suggested that he was getting prompts through an earpiece (not that it helped him much tonight.)
See also this piece, which offers a convincing argument that Bush's eyes do not track the teleprompter. (And does anyone really believe he can memorize a speech?)

Even more amusing is this piece (you'll have to scroll down to the April 16 post) which offers further proof that Bush, when speaking in public, is also having a private dialogue with an unseen handler:

My Partner chirped up, "He sounds like he has an ear-piece in and is waiting for someone to tell him what to say."

And he broke the magic spell.

At one point, George said: "I'm sure something will pop into my head here in the midst of this press conference..." "But it hasn't yet." And it suddenly dawned on me that I agreed; and after watching the video a few times, I find it hard to doubt. An unprepared question and a suddenly silent Humbug in George's ear.

Each time I've watched the tape, I still laugh aloud at what seems either an idiot's Freudian Slip, or a Fraud's having a laugh, believing that his charade is a wild success....

Details: It appears, from the video, that the earpiece was an insert, and placed in the canal of his right ear. Note how he favours the left ear when listening to the claquer-press's implanted questions.
A number of other observers have speculated about the use of an earpiece. The theory has one problem: No earpiece is visible -- at least, I have yet to spot one. The odd jacket bulge, however, has been quite obvious.

So what is going on?

This article from a 2002 edition of Science World offers a clue:

Wouldn't it be great to have a cell phone invisible to everyone but you? Well, with this tiny tooth-phone implant you need only start listening to pick up a call--the ultimate hands-free phone.

Last summer, two researchers at the Royal College of Art in London invented the "molar mobile"--the world's first tooth phone. Here's how it works: A tiny wireless receiver embedded in your back molar picks up radiowaves, a form of electromagnetic energy that pulses invisibly through space and matter. A magnet then converts the incoming signals into sound waves, which vibrate painlessly from the tooth up the jawbone to your inner ear. "Your jaw carries sound waves on a molecular level," explains inventor James Auger.
Let us posit that our president has made use of such a device. The larger radio attached to his back receives the transmission, which is then relayed to the "tooth phone."

Alternatively, Bush could be using a cochlear implant. These systems use both an interior and an exterior unit. The exterior device could function as an FM receiver, which transmits a signal via the skin to the implanted device. Does that sound a tad X-Filish? In fact, this technology is already in common usage -- see, for example, here.

How can we acquire proof? Simple. Someone close to the scene of the next debate has to find out the frequency Bush is using. Once again, a simple tape recorder can bring down a president.



Bush Press Conference Again Scripted Beforehand

Bush Press Conference Again Scripted Beforehand
"QUESTION: "Thank you, Mr. President.

In the last campaign, you were asked a question about the biggest mistake you'd made in your life, and you used to like to joke that it was trading Sammy Sosa.

You've looked back before 9-11 for what mistakes might have been made. After 9-11, what would your biggest mistake be, would you say, and what lessons have learned from it?"

BUSH: I wish you'd have given me this written question ahead of time so I could plan for it.

John, I'm sure historians will look back and say, gosh, he could've done it better this way or that way. You know, I just -- I'm sure something will pop into my head here in the midst of this press conference, with all the pressure of trying to come up with answer, but it hadn't yet."


Anyone who watched the TV footage witnessed the embarrasing sight of Bush pausing for at least five seconds and saying absolutely nothing. Bush's admonition that the question should have been written 'ahead of time' (like the rest) proves that this was an impromptu question in an otherwise carefully scripted briefing.

Many people have speculated that Bush actually wears an ear piece and the responses are fed through to him and he just repeats them. I have done radio interviews but I'm by no means a master of public speaking. If a radio host asks a question about a topic that I have no detailed knowledge of then I can at least give a surface answer and so could most other people. Bush, the President of the most powerful country on earth, could not even do that. He literally stood there in silence fumbling around 'waiting for an answer to pop into his head' (or through the ear piece)."
" I'm sure something will pop into my head here..."

Waiting for His Master's Voice!


Time to adjust your back bulge Georgie Porgie...your signal got garbled!

"The truth of that matter is, if you listen carefully, Saddam would still be in power if he were the president of the United States, and the world would be a lot better off." —George W. Bush, second presidential debate, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8, 2004

"When a drug comes in from Canada, I wanna make sure it cures ya, not kill ya... I've got an obligation to make sure our government does everything we can to protect you. And one — my worry is that it looks like it's from Canada, and it might be from a third world." —George W. Bush, presidential debate, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8, 2004
THIRD WORLD???? Yeah, you can't trust those drugs from Mars...they're generic!

"We all thought there was weapons there, Robin. My opponent thought there was weapons there." —George W. Bush, second presidential debate, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8, 2004
Georgie...it's not "was"..it's "WUZ"...or if you ever learn to read and write...

"Let me see where to start here. First, the National Journal named Senator Kennedy the most liberal senator of all." —George W. Bush, referring to Sen. Kerry, second presidential debate, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8, 2004

"You know, it's hard work to try to love her as best as I can, knowing full well that the decision I made caused her loved one to be in harm's way." —George W. Bush, presidential debate, Coral Gables, Fla., Sept. 30, 2004
Yeah Georgie, you got her husband killed...so you "love her" real "hard"....OK ?

What a disgusting POS Bush is!

"I saw a poll that said the right track/wrong track in Iraq was better than here in America. It's pretty darn strong. I mean, the people see a better future." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Sept. 23, 2004
Your guess is as good as mine on this one.

"I heard there's rumors on the Internets that we're going to have a draft." —George W. Bush, second presidential debate, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8, 2004

"The truth of that matter is, if you listen carefully, Saddam would still be in power if he were the president of the United States, and the world would be a lot better off." —George W. Bush, second presidential debate, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8, 2004

"When a drug comes in from Canada, I wanna make sure it cures ya, not kill ya... I've got an obligation to make sure our government does everything we can to protect you. And one — my worry is that it looks like it's from Canada, and it might be from a third world." —George W. Bush, presidential debate, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8, 2004

"We all thought there was weapons there, Robin. My opponent thought there was weapons there." —George W. Bush, second presidential debate, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8, 2004

"Let me see where to start here. First, the National Journal named Senator Kennedy the most liberal senator of all." —George W. Bush, referring to Sen. Kerry, second presidential debate, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8, 2004

"The enemy understands a free Iraq will be a major defeat in their ideology of hatred. That's why they're fighting so vociferously." —George W. Bush, presidential debate, Coral Gables, Fla., Sept. 30, 2004

"You know, it's hard work to try to love her as best as I can, knowing full well that the decision I made caused her loved one to be in harm's way." —George W. Bush, presidential debate, Coral Gables, Fla., Sept. 30, 2004

"I saw a poll that said the right track/wrong track in Iraq was better than here in America. It's pretty darn strong. I mean, the people see a better future." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Sept. 23, 2004

"I'm not the expert on how the Iraqi people think, because I live in America, where it's nice and safe and secure." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Sept. 23, 2004
And what do you call your little cuddly bear Georgie?

"It's the Afghan national army that went into Najaf and did the work there." —George W. Bush, referring to Iraqi troops during a joint press conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi, Washington, D.C., Sept. 23, 2004


"The CIA laid out several scenarios and said life could be lousy, life could be OK, life could be better, and they were just guessing as to what the conditions might be like." —George W. Bush, New York City, Sept. 21, 2004
Obviously not one of those times when he had his bulge speaking for him!
and Several in a row...

""Free societies are hopeful societies. And free societies will be allies against these hateful few who have no conscience, who kill at the whim of a hat." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Sept. 17, 2004

"Too many good docs are getting out of the business. Too many OB-GYNs aren't able to practice their love with women all across this country." —George W. Bush, Poplar Bluff, Mo., Sept. 6, 2004 (Watch video clip)

"We will make sure our troops have all that is necessary to complete their missions. That's why I went to the Congress last September and proposed fundamental — supplemental funding, which is money for armor and body parts and ammunition and fuel." —George W. Bush, Erie, Pa., Sept. 4, 2004

"Had we to do it over again, we would look at the consequences of catastrophic success, being so successful so fast that an enemy that should have surrendered or been done in escaped and lived to fight another day." —George W. Bush, telling Time magazine that he underestimated the Iraqi resistance

"They've seen me make decisions, they've seen me under trying times, they've seen me weep, they've seen me laugh, they've seen me hug. And they know who I am, and I believe they're comfortable with the fact that they know I'm not going to shift principles or shift positions based upon polls and focus groups." —George W. Bush, interview with USA Today, Aug. 27, 2004

"I hope you leave here and walk out and say, 'What did he say?'" —George W. Bush, Beaverton, Oregon, Aug. 13, 2004"
Hmmmmm....that's an easy one to do Georgie Porgie.


Time for a New American Revolution

"Time for a New American Revolution
Oct 14, 2004, 07:03
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To Save a Place Called America
Three Presidential debates have come, three Presidential debates have gone. What have we learned from 270 minutes of political rhetoric?
We’ve learned that neither of the Presidential candidates cares about the truth. Both mangled the facts, distorted their opponent’s records and lied outright during their three encounters.

We’ve learned neither could qualify for a high-school debating team.

And we’ve learned that our choice in three weeks really isn’t much of a choice. We’ve left with two minor leaguers who aren’t ready for the majors – a has-been and a never was.

Neither appeared prepared for their debates. Both tossed out inaccurate facts like candy to kids. Neither answered a question with a direct answer. Both fell back on political one-liners. Neither appeared comfortable dealing with what should be the real issues of this campaign. Both came across as unqualified for the job.

So where does this leave those of us who need to make a decision between now and Election Day? Feeling like a Christian Scientist with appendicitis. We know we’ve got a problem but the system we believe in won’t let us solve it.

Obviously, a political system that left us with these two lackluster pretenders is flawed and must be fixed. But how? Where do we start? How do we correct a system that delivers such riff-raff to the election process?

The first question we must answer is whether or not the current system can be fixed or if it must be replaced. It is all too obvious that partisan politics, as it is practiced today, does not serve the best interests of this country. We have a system that places political allegiance above belief in country, that values partisanship above patriotism and rates posturing above truth.

When adherence to a political position replaces loyalty to your country and party dogma replaces the Constitution, it is time for a change.

I’m not talking about changes to a party structure or amendments to a political system but substantial change to a system of government that no longer serves the people. One only has to look at the gridlock in Congress, the absence of truth and honor in the White House and the American public’s deteriorating belief in our elected leadership to know that what we have now ain’t working.

But change – real change – won’t come at the ballot box. We can’t change a thing when our choices are George W. Bush or John F. Kerry. We also can’t change it by throwing our votes away on Ralph Nader or any other fringe candidate.

Instead, we have to rethink what we – as Americans – must do to save our country.

It took a revolution to create a place called America.

It may take another one to restore it."


Maybe someone told him "a bulge" would attact female voters...bulge in wrong place Georgie Porgie!

Bush's mystery bulge
"8 October 2004. Thanks to K., who writes:

Here're 28 pics from the video of the debate that have been cropped and scaled (optimized for best quality) showing Bush's back throughout the debate with timestamps above so anyone can verify it's real.
Whatever the bulge is, it doesn't change shape, it holds its form throughout his movement, like metal wire would, so unless he's got some crazy thing going on with the guy who made that suit, he's wired.

The last photo shows Bush telling someone to "let me finish."

Another video has a interested ending where you see one of Bush's aids (or someone) come onto stage after the debate to grab Bush's notepad and look at Kerry's.

See also radio frequencies used by the White House and Secret Service, among them these for wireless body microphones:


Special Usage (Technical Security) Division
408.0000 F1 RF ALARM
411.0000 F2 RF ALARM
408.5000 F3 TRACKER- F1
408.9750 F4 TRACKER- F2

8 October 2004. Thanks to C. Comments on this invited. Send to jya@pipeline.com




What's on your BACK Georgie? Voters deserve to know!

"Jackson: Voters deserve truth about Bush's mystery bulge
By David R. Guarino
Read Guarino's Road to 1600 Blog
Thursday, October 14, 2004

TEMPE, Ariz. - The Rev. Jesse Jackson breathed new life into the Internet-bred rumor that President Bush [related, bio] had secret audio assistance in the first debate - saying a bulge in Bush's suit jacket ``looks like something.''

``We ought to know what it was,'' the former presidential candidate said. ``We need to know what the object was. It could be nothing. But it looks like something.''

Internet bloggers were abuzz about a photo showing the president with a square-shaped protrusion under his jacket.

But White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card said, ``The president had nothing on his back that I know of. I think it was just a badly tailored suit.''


Bush the Audio Puppet

The Washington Dispatch

"A story by Salon.com furthered a growing theory that Bush was wired for sound to receive assistance during the debates. While the Bush campaign shrugs off the comments as "conspiracy theories" they have denied that Bush was wearing any type of Kevlar vest that could explain the angular shape under his suit.

In the third and final debate, the bulge came back. As shown in the attached photo generated in house directly from the NBC broadcast (click the image to enlarge), the clearly defined shape that started this buzz is back.

Judge for yourself as to what the shape may be."
Either it's a receiver or he's some sort of disguised SLEEZTAK

from Land of the Lost....or one of the Reptilians that David Icke talks about.


Yahoo! News - Painting of Nude Bush Removed From Museum

Yahoo! News - Painting of Nude Bush Removed From Museum
"By CARL HARTMAN, Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON - A cartoonish painting of President Bush (news - web sites) in the nude has been taken down from the wall at the City Museum of Washington. The picture, called "Man of Leisure, King George," adopts the pose of a famous Impressionist painting, Edouard Manet's "Olympia," that scandalized Paris in 1863, and now hangs in the Gare d'Orsay Museum in Paris.

AP Photo

The painting by local artist Kayti Didriksen, shows a caricature of Bush, reclining in the nude on a chaise lounge, his head propped up by pillows.

Instead of the female servant who stands behind Olympia's couch, a man in suit and tie resembling Vice President Dick Cheney (news - web sites) stands nearby, holding a cushion with a crown and a miniature oil rig on top of it.

The painting was part of a "living room art" show called "Funky Furniture" — a variety of painted furniture and other items that were set up in the museum last week.

Expected to formally open this month, the show, including the Bush painting, was abruptly shut down Monday after some of the artists' themes were considered unsuitable.

Myra Peabody Gossens, a public relations consultant for the museum, said the exhibit was not what had been expected.

"The museum is not an art museum," she explained. "It gets mostly groups of children, with teachers trying to tell them something about history."

In addition to the Bush painting, the exhibit included a decorated church pew with pictures and writing that accused former President Reagan of ignoring the AIDS (news - web sites) crisis and an end table decorated with drug paraphernalia with a quote from former District of Columbia Mayor Marion Barry, who was jailed for drug possession.

"This is not what we were bargaining for. We thought we were getting functional furniture," Leslie Shapiro, co-chairman of the museum's board of directors, told the Washington Post.

The City Museum of Washington, operated by the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., is primarily a place where local and regional history is on display. The museum's executive board decided the museum was "not an appropriate venue" for the exhibit.

Art-O-Matic 2004, a confederation of local artists which organized the project, now is looking for another space to house the exhibit, said Jim Tretick, a member of the group's board of directors.

"About a dozen people may have seen it on Sunday," said Tretick. "The exhibit wasn't completely mounted. Then it was taken down on Monday when the museum was closed."

"The exhibit wasn't completely mounted..." Sounds like a problem for Robot Laura as well.



O'Reilly Hit With Sex Harass Suit - October 13, 2004
Previous readers of my blog certainly know that I hold this cretin in the lowest regard. That was JUST from watching his program on television and the few times I have heard his radio program.

If the allegations found at smoking gun , the website are true (the complaint filed), then my opinion (I guess I may "opine" on him) has hit a new low.

"O'Reilly Hit With Sex Harass Suit
Female Fox coworker details lewd behavior of cable TV star
OCTOBER 13--Hours after Bill O'Reilly accused her of a multimillion dollar shakedown attempt, a female Fox News producer fired back at the TV star today, filing a lawsuit claiming that he subjected her to repeated instances of sexual harassment and spoke often, and explicitly, to her about phone sex, vibrators, threesomes, masturbation, the loss of his virginity, and sexual fantasies. Below you'll find a copy of Andrea Mackris's complaint, an incredible page-turner that quotes O'Reilly, 55, on all sorts of lewd matters. Based on the extensive quotations cited in the complaint, it appears a safe bet that Mackris, 33, recorded some of O'Reilly's more steamy soliloquies. For example, we direct you to his Caribbean shower fantasies. While we suggest reading the entire document, TSG will point you to interesting sections on a Thailand sex show, Al Franken, and the climax of one August 2004 phone conversation. (22 pages) "

I would urge anyone who has the time and interested in the idiot at all, to read what is alleged to have been commited by him.



Senator Kerry vs. "Hoppy", the Village Idiot

In the debate last night in Arizona, Mr. Kerry showed himself to be presidential material, carefully weighing options on problems and trying to view all sides of the debate, with respect to opposing viewpoints.

"Hoppy" Bush (son of "Poppy" Bush) appeared like the Village Idiot who hangs around the feed store and thinks he has the solution to everything because he comes up with a spur of the moment gut reaction.

Bush comes off as a cross between the Church Lady from Saturday Night Live, and a braying jackass.

Want World War III? Want to be unemployed? Want to be unable to afford medications or healthcare? Then vote for "Hoppy", the Village Idiot!


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