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1 Feb
Bush Statue

Date: Fri,  1 Feb 91 15:57:32 PST
To: Fun_People
Subject: Bush Statue

Forwarded-by: wook@segue (David Bilkis)
Forwarded-by: (Lycra Ladies in Neon)

Dear Friend:

We have the distinct honor of being on a committee for erecting a
statue of George Bush in the Hall of Fame in Washington, D.C.  To be
able to do this, we will have to raise $5 million.

This erection committee was in a quandary about where to place the
statue.  It was thought unwise to place it beside the statue of George
Washington, who never told a lie, or beside that of Franklin D.
Roosevelt, who never told the truth, since George Bush could never
tell the difference.

We finally decided to place it beside the statue of Christopher
Columbus, the Greatest "New Dealer" of them all.  After all, he left
not knowing where he was going, and upon arriving, did not know where
he was; he returned not knowing where he had been, and did it all on
borrowed money.

Over 5,000 years ago, Moses said to the children of Israel, "Pick up
your shovels, mount your asses and camels, and I will lead you to the
Promised Land."  Nearly 5,000 years later, Roosevelt said, "Lay down
your shovels, sit on your asses, and light up a Camel; this is the
Promised Land!"

Now Bush is stealing your shovels, kicking your asses, raising the
price of your Camels, and mortgaging the Promised Land.  If you are
one of the few fortunate people who have any money left after paying
taxes, we will expect a generous donation as a contribution to this
worthwhile project.
                                     Respectfully yours,
                                     National Committee for the
                                     Bush Bust

P.S.  It is said that President Bush is considering changing the
Republican Party Emblem from an elephant to a condom, because it
stands for inflation, protects a bunch of pricks, halts production,
and gives a false sense of security while one is being screwed.

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I knew George kept his manhood in a blind trust, but didn't know
he required a committee to get it up.  Wonder what Barbara thinks
about all those participants?


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