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After returning from the Olympics in China and seeing how the Chinese have prospered, President Bush is now touring America to see the disaster his presidency has brought on this country.  You could see the pain in Bush's compassionate conservative eyes and you could hear the suffering in his compassionate conservative voice as he surveyed the various states of the union and the massive destruction his policies and decisions have caused the American people.

The Bush presidency hit America on January 20, 2001 and it has brought on some 9 trillion dollars in debt (so far) and it has left thousands dead here at home and over a million dead around the world.

Unfortunately, the Bush disaster continues to rage on and you can see frightened and desperate victims of the Bush's presidency plead for some help in the wake of the destruction.  Millions of Americans are in desperate need of health care during this crises.  But Bush is reassuring all Americans that his presidency will soon be over.

Bush is demonstrating real leadership by flying over all 50 states ruined by his presidency.  He is making some quick stops in the hardest hit places, like Detroit, Los Angeles, and other major American cities where he is reminding people in these areas that McCain will continue his policies.  "He will do gooder for you just like I did," Bush declared.

Many Americans living in boarded up homes, on the streets, and in their cars have vowed to survive his presidency.

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Bush had something to say about that, as well.  "Uh, I, you know, um, yea I feel these are tougher times for the American people.  But you have to ask ourselves that we can't do anything foolish.  I just won't do anything that makes people lose confidence in the freedom, you know, that we have here in America."

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perhaps millions dead because of bush and his ilks... by Mr M on Tuesday, Aug 19, 2008 at 12:11:52 AM
Perhaps the biggest irony is that Onion newscasts ... by Sandy Sand on Tuesday, Aug 19, 2008 at 2:58:26 PM
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