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Bob Packwood, Dick Cheney and George Dubya Bush go into a bar. Packwood orders first. "I'll have a B and C." The bartender asks, "What is a B and C?" "Bourbon and Coke," Packwood says. Cheney orders. "And, I'll have a G and T." The bartender asks, "What's a G and T?" "Gin and tonic," Cheney replies. Dubya wants to be cute, too. He says, "I'll have a 15." “OK,” the bartender asks, "What's a 15?" Dubya says, "A 7 and 7."

When a reporter asked Bush what he thought about his first hundred days in office he replied "Has it been a year already?

3 Sharks meet in the ocean. They talk about the people they recently have eaten. The first one says: I swallowed the Ayatollah yesterday, but the guy had eaten so much garlic I still feel sick. The second shark says: That's nothing pal! I swallowed Boris Jelzin last week and the old guy had so much vodka in him that I'm still drunk. The 3rd shark laughs and said: You lucky guys! I swallowed George W. Bush 3 weeks ago and the guy has so much air in his head, I still can't dive!

Asked by his teacher to compare three presidents Johnny thought for a moment and said: "Well, George Washington couldn't tell a lie. Richard Nixon couldn't tell the truth. And George W. Bush can't tell the difference."
--Alan
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Here's a couple more...

A SPECIAL DAY

 This year, both Groundhog Day and the State of the Union Address occur on
 the same day. It is an ironic juxtaposition of events--One involves a
 meaningless ritual in which we look to a creature of little intelligence for
 prognostication, while the other involves a groundhog.


 "A moment I've been dreading. George brought his ne're-do-well son  around this morning and asked me to find the kid a job. Not the political  one who lives in Florida. The one who hangs around here all the time  looking shiftless. This so-called kid is already almost 40 and has never had  a real job. Maybe I'll call Kinsley over at The New Republic and see if  they'll hire him as a contributing editor or something. That looks like easy  work."
Ronnie Reagan
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I saw a comedian on the Comedy Channel today who compared Bush to a guy they called "Wiffle Ball Tony". Everyone was glad to see Tony show up at parties, because he was a fun guy, who got everybody playing.

Then somebody put him in charge of everything. Disaster!

Doesn't sound so funny when I write it out. Audience roared!

Jack
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