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 Post subject: Should Bush People Steal the "O" Key off Computer
Posted: Sat Dec 13, 2008 12:56 am 
 
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Remember the stories about the Clinton staffers stealing the "W" keys off all the keyboards before leaving?

I think the Bush people should steal the "O" keys. Let's see how cute the Libs think that is.

What say guys?


 
   
 
The Amplifier
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Posted: Sat Dec 13, 2008 10:15 am 
 
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I know they could take the "H" because Obama does not allow it to be used. Remember the campaign uttering his middle name, "Hussein," was not allowed, nor was even printing his middle initial.

So, throw the "H" keys away - no need for them.

"Dear Leader" -- I assume that is in reference to Kim Jung Il? :smt043





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