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#1 Old 11-18-2004, 01:26 PM
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I found that amusing too when I originally saw it back whenever, and still think its proper funny now! Keep `em coming !



That is one almost identical to the one I found randomly some place akin to your one, the only diff being my one had 'Terrorism for Dummies' in place of the word Presidency I'm sure!....) but nevermind, each are equally apt in proving he's a Dummie.
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green eggs and ham?
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If you listen to Air America radio then you know that "he doesn't read"

so he doesn't need books
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No newspapers either.
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I have no idea what he has, but I know he DOESN'T have a grammar book anywhere in the house.







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Most of the Waldo books, probably. He enjoys mind puzzles.
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I remember him saying how influential "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" was on him during his formative years. This in spite of the fact that the book was published in 1969 when Mr. Bush was protecting national security in the Texas Air National Guard (s******).



Read more about it here. It's about halfway down.



http://www.sptimes.com/News/082301/F..._of_fl.shtml**
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http://www.davidicke.com/icke/articl.../bush_book.gif



(I'm pretty sure it's been proven that this was Photoshopped.)



And how about a book of tongue twisters...



http://www.nci.org/np-book/3d-book-big.jpg

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Mad Libs!
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Mad Libs!

I honestly don't think he'd know what the English terms of speech mean.
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