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 Post subject: Bush on Deal or No Deal
PostPosted: Tue Apr 22, 2008 12:18 am 
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President Bush On Deal Or No Deal
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April 21, 2008 08:45 PM

President Bush made a cameo on NBC's Deal or No Deal on Monday to cheer on a U.S. veteran who had done three tours in Iraq (as Howie Mandell pointed out, one of them was involuntary, thanks to Bush's 'stop loss' policy).
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Some things to note:

* Most of those cards up there have more value than GW himself.

* Hopefully, Captain Covis can win enough to pay for the health care many of his fellow veterans are NOT getting.

* Personally, I would have taken a video clip from someone who really gave a damn and could offer a safer job.

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 Post subject: Re: Bush on Deal or No Deal
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Channel Zero wrote:
Some things to note:

* Most of those cards up there have more value than GW himself.


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How silly of you, forgetting the War Chimp's value is negative, therefore all the cards/cases have more value than he does.

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Oh gag...that reminds me of the little "interview" he did with some soldiers via satellite from Iraq several years ago. The soldiers behaved as though they where living the dream of their lives and were being good little toadies, just having a heck of a time. Oh, so honored to be fighting for American freedom! It was all scripted and staged. Made me sick then and this makes me sick now.

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 Post subject: Re: Bush on Deal or No Deal
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A Proud Liberal wrote:
Channel Zero wrote:
Some things to note:

* Most of those cards up there have more value than GW himself.


CZ—
How silly of you, forgetting the War Chimp's value is negative, therefore all the cards/cases have more value than he does.

Ouch, my bad!

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Oh gag...that reminds me of the little "interview" he did with some soldiers via satellite from Iraq several years ago. The soldiers behaved as though they where living the dream of their lives and were being good little toadies, just having a heck of a time. Oh, so honored to be fighting for American freedom! It was all scripted and staged. Made me sick then and this makes me sick now.

I can imagine Bush turning a blind eye and giving the Benny Hill salute like those in Military who bring in these thugs who get away with rape.

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