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    Ok, enter any humour you have on teh president, but please, no politics here. This is supposed tp be a funny thread.

    Btw: Have you noticed that every speech he holds always contains the word "freedom" in one of the first four sentences...
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    I find it humorous that people call him Dubya :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by serendipity)
    I find it humorous that people call him Dubya :rolleyes:
    Who is George W Bush?
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    (Original post by Toffee)
    Who is George W Bush?
    No wait, I think I might have heard the name somewhere. Then again, maybe not.
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    (Original post by Toffee)
    No wait, I think I might have heard the name somewhere. Then again, maybe not.
    Fellow member he is in thr republican party
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    Bush's Iraq motto:
    "Accept freedom or die"
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    (Original post by 2776)
    Fellow member he is in thr republican party
    Ah, hello fellow member. Of course I know who that ****** (guyyyy) is. Who is this kids gang person, attempting to insult our elite crew?
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    (Original post by Toffee)
    Ah, hello fellow member. Of course I know who that ****** (guyyyy) is. Who is this kids gang person, attempting to insult our elite crew?
    dunno actually, pm him
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    (Original post by Kids' Gang)
    Bush's Iraq motto:
    "Accept freedom or die"
    I am honoured that my name appears in your signature.
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    (Original post by 2776)
    dunno actually, pm him
    Funny he/her should appear just as I mention his/her name.
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    (Original post by Jonatan)
    Ok, enter any humour you have on teh president, but please, no politics here. This is supposed tp be a funny thread.

    Btw: Have you noticed that every speech he holds always contains the word "freedom" in one of the first four sentences...
    give the w****r some freedom
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    'I hope we get to the bottom of the answer.'
    'I know how hard it is to put food on your family.'
    'I'm sure you can imagine it's an unimaginable honour to live here.'
    'I understand how tender the free enterprise system can be.'
    'I understand small business growth. I was one.'
    'That's a chapter, the last chapter of the twentieth, twentieth, twenty-first century that most of us would rather forget. The last chapter of the twentieth century. This is the twenty-first century.'
    'Home is important. It's important to have a home'
    'You teach a child to read, and he or her will pass a literacy test.'
    'It's clearly a budget. It's got a lot of numbers in it.'

    All quotes from his grammaticalness, George W Bush, Exalted President.

    Hope you like them.
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    (Original post by chrisbphd)
    'I hope we get to the bottom of the answer.'
    'I know how hard it is to put food on your family.'
    'I'm sure you can imagine it's an unimaginable honour to live here.'
    'I understand how tender the free enterprise system can be.'
    'I understand small business growth. I was one.'
    'That's a chapter, the last chapter of the twentieth, twentieth, twenty-first century that most of us would rather forget. The last chapter of the twentieth century. This is the twenty-first century.'
    'Home is important. It's important to have a home'
    'You teach a child to read, and he or her will pass a literacy test.'
    'It's clearly a budget. It's got a lot of numbers in it.'

    All quotes from his grammaticalness, George W Bush, Exalted President.

    Hope you like them.
    My personal favourite is right after Tony blair finished his speech regarding Northern Ireland with:

    ...and thus our deepest concern is to ensure a long lasting peace, where peopel, regardless of religious background, can live together without fear ....

    And then Bush comes in afterwards:

    - I believe in freedom!
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    (Original post by Jonatan)
    My personal favourite is right after Tony blair finished his speech regarding Northern Ireland with:

    ...and thus our deepest concern is to ensure a long lasting peace, where peopel, regardless of religious background, can live together without fear ....

    And then Bush comes in afterwards:

    - I believe in freedom!
    how is that funny?
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    I quite like his comment when visiting latin-america for the first time:
    'I wish i'd taken latin at school, so i could've spoken to yall'

    Also 'we're gonna hunt'em down and smoke'em out' is a classic, but not really that funny.
 
 
 
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