When It Comes to Bush, It's No-Holds-Barred at Carnival TimeQuicklink submitted by Russ Wellen Permalink
|'Dubya brings out carnival knives,' writes Skip Kaltenheuser on Asia Times Online. 'In Torres Verdes [Portugal], the centerpiece -- not a float, the centerpiece -- was called 'Bushlandia'. [It] offered up Dubya as a primitive king in furs, wielding a jeweled club and a scepter with a golden skull. He wore a crucifix on which was a soldier.'|
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