Absurdly not so

Tatum, Wilbert A.
July 2007
New York Amsterdam News;7/19/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 30, p12
The article comments on U.S. President George W. Bush. According to the author, Bush has left the Republican Party without a presidential candidate and the Democrats with too many. The author claims that Bush has spent his spare time trying to find something to blame. The author adds that the Republican party will nominate another nobody for a nothing job.


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