Dubya bio from whitehouse.gov

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dubya bio from whitehouse.org

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oops, I put "whitehouse.gov" in the title, when it should have been "whitehouse.org" (a parody site). Can anyone fix that?
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Returning to Texas during the Vietnam War, Bush joined the Texas Air National Guard, where his innate leadership potential was quickly recognized and rewarded with a fabulously rare special commission to the position of 2nd Lieutenant, allowing Bush to rightfully forgo the burdensome formality of Officer's Training School. For two years, Bush was trained to fly the F-102 "Delta Dagger" fighter jet. Sadly, the Pentagon declared this aircraft obsolete shortly after Bush's training concluded, thereby eliminating any possibility that the brave young pilot might put his newfound militarism to practical, gook-decimating good use in the jungles of Southeast Asia. Shortly thereafter, Bush would take an extended A.W.O.L. vacation before receiving an early honorable discharge in October of 1973.

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The next year, after being rejected by the University of Texas at Austin, Bush nevertheless matriculated at Harvard Business School, earning his M.B.A. in 1975, then returning again to Texas, where he spent eleven years as CEO and Founder of the Bush Exploration Oil & Gas Company. This highly formative period saw Bush gaining invaluable experience and contacts in the Petrochemical industry - and enabled him to arrive at the essential conclusion that an unfettered and healthy trade in (and voracious appetite for) all manner of fossil fuels serves as the very life-blood of this great and noble nation.

In 1994, after a non-petroleum-oriented five-year term as general manager of the Texas Rangers baseball franchise, Bush was elected Governor of Texas, narrowly defeating the mannish and brassy Democratic incumbent Ann Richards, who once brazenly taunted Bush's father during a telecast of the 1988 Democratic National Convention. Four years later, Bush would reaffirm his victory over the cheap and overweight Richards - winning 27 percent of the African-American vote and making Texas history as the first Governor elected to consecutive four-year terms.
http://www.whitehouse.org/administration/georgew.asp

All I can say is "holy crap". "eye-for-an-eye justice"? "gook-decimating"?!?!..."gook-decimating"?!?!?

That is hilarious.
 
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enigma
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Ah yes. Gotta love whitehouse.org
 
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*grins and giggles madly*

Funny how the truth about Bush is so funny!!











...well, until you realize that people actually voted for him!

*Edited to note that I really do respect people who vote Republican, I swear I do...*
 
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Tom Mattson
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Originally posted by enigma
Ah yes. Gotta love whitehouse.org
whitehouse.com is even better.

edit: Don't go there if you're at work!
 

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