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Since: 3.1.02
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Bush orders officials to stop the leaks (Philadelphia Inquirer)

The article itself isn't that funny or unusual, except for this bit that cracked me up:

    Originally posted by the Inky

    Bush told his senior aides Tuesday that he "didn't want to see any stories" quoting unnamed administration officials in the media anymore, and that if he did, there would be consequences, said a senior administration official who asked that his name not be used.


Now THAT'S comedy!





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The administration is running scared right now.

A competitive 2004 election looks extremely likely.
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    Originally posted by Eduardo Humpledink III
    A competitive 2004 election looks extremely likely.

When?



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