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I can dream, can't I?
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That boy runs almost every day, good luck on that one, he might even outlast you!

Those ex-alcoholics gotta get addicted to something, right? George W. is on adrenaline.

How is Pa Bush doing? And brother Jed? Going for another Republican run in 2016?
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F you !~ I got all happy for a second.
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Do you realize how much fun it would have been partying with this guy at Yale? His politics isn't for most people, I get that. But getting fucked up with W would have brought every frat party to shame. Nice guy, bad politics, ok. But I know a lot of people that I don't agree with on religion, politics, and a lot of other stuff, that doesn't mean we wont get along.
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Furthermore, look at Jerry Brown. Was governor of California as a the 6th youngest man to hold that post, a liberal fucktard if ever there was one. In the 70s we called him the Moon Beam. He was banging a young Linda Ronstadt in her prime. Now he is the oldest governor in the state's history. Interesting guy, political cocksucker.
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