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used of hair

resembling a bush in being thickly branched and spreading

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Much better than Wing to poke the Bushies into doing the fight thing and explaining to people like you that they're not as bad as they seem."
The (potential) saving grace is that unless the Bushies find a loophole in the laughably named USA PATRIOT ACT that allows him to extend his term in office, he will ride back to Texas in January 2009.
She added that it may be true "that Americans, as one Democrat told me, 'will never elect a guy as president who has a name like a Middle East terrorist.'" But the Democrats, she said, do not "stand for anything" and they have "no champion at a time when people are hungry for an exciting leader, when the party should be roaring and soaring against the Bushies' power-mad stumbles.
And now the Bushies have ordered California and other U.S.
Acts induced or compelled by the occupant are nonetheless its acts."Responsibility for Iraqi police and army members operating as death squads belongs to Washington, not Baghdad--and Hillary knows it.The Bushies throw blame at their puppet and anyone else they can think of.
Not that the Bushies need any help, but they could certainly pick up useful tips on bigger and better repressions from Nathan Englander's THE MINISTRY OF SPECIAL CASES (Knopf, $25).
For a glimpse into the mindset of the Bushies, I offer the example of Dr.
I just love listening to the Bushies play with numbers.
Imagine how John Dingell, who will run the House Energy and Commerce Committee, could expose the intimacies between the Bushies and Big Oil; what John Conyers, in command of the House Judiciary Committee, could reveal about Bush's trouncing of Americans' civil liberties; or the job Barney Frank, at Financial Services, could do on the administration's nefarious links to Wall Street.
All of this connects directly to the Bushies' environmental policies.
In this searing broad-brush ethicopolitical polemic against pre-emptive war, Dyer argues that the 'Bushies' are moving the global order into Orwellian space (the catastrophic three power-bloc world of Orwell's Nineteen Eighty Four).
In Lind's view, the current political patronage system, with "Bushies." "Clintonites," and "Reaganites" succeeding one another, is a clear signal that career public servants are a dying--and possibly already extinct--species.
backyard has flustered the Bushies, who remain preoccupied with Iraq, Afghanistan, North Korea and Iran, and their religious commitment to change social security, execute under-age murderers, stop legal abortion and rescue the brain-dead.
As he said in a 2003 interview with BuzzFlash.com, "The general modus operandi of the Bushies is that they don't make policies to deal with problems.