[http://www.newsday.com/business/ny-bzsell0319,0,4764348.story?coll=ny-business-headlines] Turns out some clothing labeled "Bush/Cheney '04" that is being sold by the Bush Campaign has been made in Burma (Myanmar). Presumably they get larger profit margins from the Burmese cloths, since Burmese textile workers get paid about seven cents on the hour. But they main problem is, the Bush administration banned the sale of goods from Burma a year ago because of the country's tyrannical military dictatorship. You will recall this won't be the first time a Bush had some clandestine business deals with foreign tyrannical military dictatorships. Hopefully the irony that it was a "fleece" "pullover" is not lost on anybody. And if you're curious, all the campaign clothing in the Kerry campaign is made entirely in USA.