George W. Bush

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The Caspian-based 1911 pistol was created as a tribute to George W. Bush and his support of Second Amendment rights, and was presented to him in "W's" Dallas, Texas office when his job as President was complete.
By the time Oliver Stone's impressive biopic is released we will know who has replaced George W. Bush as US President.
Cromwell stars as George Bush Senior; Josh Brolin holding court as President George W. Bush; Thandie Newton is perfect as Condoleezza Rice; Gruffudd as Blair with Banks as Laura Bush
The bigger the lie, the better the protection." Thus it's okay for Bayer to claim it's "the world's best aspirin" and Hush Puppies to be "the earth's most comfortable shoes" and for George W. Bush to say he's "the education president" and in his State of the Union address to proclaim himself an advocate of clean air.
The problem, Arab rulers fear, is that George W. Bush and his partners in Washington do not believe in coalitions or in the UN.
Toward that end, the Globe reports, Unocal hired George W. Bush's father's former Undersecretary of Defense Zalmay M.
Remember all those stories about Bill Clinton and his friends trashing the White House and Air Force One--you know, the stories about torn carpets, scratched walls, and stolen champagne flutes that seemed to affirm, with uncanny timing, George W. Bush's promise to bring "dignity" back to the presidency?
THE CASE AGAINST THE TWO PARTY SYSTEM: ARGUMENTS TWO, THREE, FOUR AND FIVE -- George W. Bush.
However, it seems there's been so much of the high-price spread lathered on George W. Bush this political season that W may develop clogged arteries just by osmosis.
So far a prominent name has been missing from the potential witness list--George W. Bush. As is well-known, the company's disgraced chairman, Kenneth Lay, was a prime booster of Bush's political career, and he and other Enron executives greased W's rise with nearly $2 million in contributions.
In the first statewide race since the presidential election, Wisconsin voters gave George W. Bush's education program a failing grade.