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Britain ‘chuffed’ with name-check in George W. Bush book

Haven't been so happy since Ronald Reagan only slightly mis-pronounced 'London'A carnival atmosphere erupted as it was discovered that the small island nation had been name-checked in the former president’s memoirs – and not just once!

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Posted: Nov 14th, 2010
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US Republicans disband after voters still don’t get the joke

punchline delivered perfectly every time, but no response whatsoever‘It’s no fun adopting policies and candidates that could only be part of an elaborate practical joke, if the entire electorate is just too thick to notice.

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Posted: Nov 8th, 2010
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Bush ‘shows signs of realising’ presidency is over

no-one seems to listen to me anymore‘He’s nearly there,’ Mrs Bush revealed.

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Posted: Jun 25th, 2009
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White House staff ‘getting bored’ by Obama’s Indonesian childhood anecdotes

Employees at the White House have confessed that continued stories about the President’s exotic upbringing in Hawaii and Indonesia and his work in the poorest areas of Chicago have ceased to be inspiring and now ‘tend to go on a bit’.

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Posted: May 20th, 2009
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Bush still struggling to explain eight-year gap on CV

More than two months after leaving the White House, former US President George W Bush is still having trouble putting together a credible cover-story for prospective employers explaining how he has spent the last eight years. Bush had anticipated no shortage of offers from multinationals after he left office in January, but aides were quick to advise him that for reasons no one fully understands, the downturn in the global economy appears to have coincided with a drop in demand for the kind of leadership that put him on the political map. ‘I just don’t understand it,’ he said today. ‘I thought we loved winners in this country.’

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Posted: Apr 2nd, 2009
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