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J'ever Notice That You Never See Presidents Bush and Musharraf Together?*

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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) 11/22/07 - A Supreme Court stacked with judges loyal to President Gen. Pervez Musharraf cleared the way for him to rule as a civilian president, ruling Thursday against a final challenge blocking ratification of his election last month.

WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) 12/12/00 - The United States Supreme Court ended the Florida recounts.

On this day of thanks we Americans should count our blessings that we don't live in a country where some ego-maniacal, war-mongerer and his apologists would rather tear up the Constitution than give voice to his people.

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Happy Thanksgiving,
Steve
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*Okay, I'm sure you found pictures of them together, but anyone can photoshop.

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