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Hubert Wilson

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Cowboys, Cowtards and Cowturdulence


Comparing George W. Bush to retarded cowboys -
Clearly for cattlemen embarrasses and annoys!

'Do NOT ever besmirch the good reputation of a retarded cowboy! ' -
Frederick Jackson Turner and Walter Prescott Webb in 'The Code of the West' (well, not really, but Larry McMurtry is rumored to be developing a whole mini-series on the subject entitled, 'Loathsome Dud' - well, no, NOT really)

Submitted: Wednesday, September 10, 2008

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