The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for January 01, 2010

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    josephwgrant  about 14 years ago

    Say it in Spanish.

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    Prey  about 14 years ago

    OK, direct translation:- Porqué usted que trae para arriba la materia vieja

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    Charles Brobst Premium Member about 14 years ago

    9/11 profited Bush immensely: New York is an enemy Blue state.

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    thebears3112  about 14 years ago

    To be fair to G. W. Bush, he is like most of the state’s population (including us for a time) who moved there in during the state’s population explosion in the 20th century.

    His family moved to Texas from New England when George was a kid and he went to school in Midland in Houston. He then went off to college on the east coast (Yale & Harvard) and then moved back to Texas where he was in a number of failed businesses. He also made a failed run for a U.S. house seat.

    So like most people who live there (including the ones who originally stole the Republic of Texas from Mexico), George W. Bush was a Texan by choice, not birth. And when we lived there those people seemed to considered just as legitimate Texans as the native born one.

    So we just have to disagree with you on this, Joe. G.W. Bush is most certainly a Texan. We do agree that he was not a rancher – that place in Crawford was just for show. All that said, we throughly despise W starting with his friends buying him the governorship which he then used as a platform to steel the presidency with the help of his brother Jeb, then governor of Flordia.

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    ay0jazz  about 14 years ago

    that is funny..

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