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Donald Rumsfeld is briefing president Bush: "Yesterday, 3 Brazilian soldiers were killed."

"Oh no!" exclaims the president, "that's terrible!"

His staff is stunned at this unprecedented display of emotion, watching as Bush sits, head in hands.

Finally, he looks up and asks, "How many is a brazillion?"

A kid was sitting on his lawn with a box of puppies one morning. George Bush was on his morning run, accompanied by some Secret Service workers. Dubya asked the boy what kind of puppies were in the box.
The little boy said, "Republicans."
The President beamed, patted the boy on the head, and said, "Atta boy!"
A few weeks later Bush was jogging again, this time with Dick Cheney in tow. Bush stopped at the boy's house, winked at Dick and said, "Hey kid, what kind of pupies are in the box?"
The boy said, "Democrats"
Bush looked crushed, saying, "What happened? A few weeks ago they were Republicans!"
The boy said, "Well, the puppies opened their eyes.

unter broke down !

After numerous rounds of  "We don't even know if Osama is still
   Osama himself decided to send George W.  a letter in his own

   handwriting to let  him know he was still in the game.
   Bush opened the letter and it appeared to contain a coded

     Bush was baffled, so he e-mailed it to Colin Powell.

   Colin and his aides had no clue either so they sent it to the
   No one could solve it so it went to the CIA, and then to the

   then to the Secret Service.
   With no clue as to its meaning, they eventually asked Canada's

   (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) for help.
   The RCMP cabled the White House as follows:

   "Tell the President he is looking at the message upside down"

It read


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Change your look  Mr. President!

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One day, about a month ago, the president was looking for a call girl. He found three such ladies in a local lounge -
a blonde, a brunette, and a redhead.
To the blonde he said, "I am the President of the United States... How much would it cost me to spend some time
with you? The blonde replied, "Two hundred dollars."
To the brunette he posed the same question, and she replied, "One hundred dollars."   
He then asked the redhead the same question.
The redhead replied,
Mr. President, if you can raise my skirt as high as my taxes... get my panties as low as my wages...
get that thing of yours as hard as the times... keep it as high as the gas prices...
keep me warmer than my apartment... and. screw me in private the way you do in public,
Then believe me Mr. President, it ain't gonna cost you a cent."

Bush’s admin. is not only spying on Americans, but on EU citizens as well.

Recent reports unveiling disgraceful activities by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), including covertly collecting phone call records of tens of millions of Americans, using data provided by the country’s major telecommunication companies, sparked heated debate among the public and experts, all denouncing violation of citizens’ privacy, people who are not suspected of any activities that could link them to any terrorist organisation in the world.

But it seems that it’s not just the Americans’ who’re being spied on.

An article on Swedish daily Sydsvenskan has recently revealed that under a new EU data-retention law, the U.S. authorities now can access EU citizens' data on phone calls, sms' and emails, which could spark furor across European states as much as the NSA spy scandal triggered anger among Americans.

According to the EU data retention bill, passed in February, telephone operators and internet service providers are asked to keep records of as well as store information on who called who and who emailed who at least for six months, using the same argument used by the U.S. President George W. Bush to calm the public’s anger over the NSA spy program; protection against terrorism and following threads that would lead to “terrorist organisation”.

EU and U.S. officials met on the 2nd of March in Vienna, a week after the bill was passed. Among topics they discussed were freedom and domestic security.

But the most striking thing that happened during that meeting is that U.S. representatives bluntly expressed interest in future storage of information.

They "indicated that it was considering approaching each [EU] member state to ensure that the data collected on the basis of the recently adopted Directive on data retention be accessible to them," according to the notes of the meeting.

Representatives from the Austrian EU presidency and from the European Commission said that these data were "accessible like any other data on the basis of the existing ... agreements" the notes said.

The EU representatives didn’t show any signs of rejection. Instead they said that the commission would convene an expert meeting to discuss the matter.

Currently, if the FBI needs information about certain EU citizens from a member state who are involved in an investigation, it can ask for help with a prosecutor in that member state who will ask telephone operators and internet service providers to keep records of those people’s mails, phone calls… etc.

Such information is later passed on to the FBI.

Now, the U.S. can reach into homes and businesses across European nations by amassing information about the calls of ordinary citizens, most of whom aren't suspected of any crime, that with the help of those countries’ authorities.


It’s not just Americans’ who’re being spied on, the Europeans also.

Maybe Mr. Bush also use The Spy?

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