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George Bush is still in the neighborhood

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Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Jul 4, 2007 at 10:17

It is funny to see George Walker walking shoesless. It is also funny to see Bush covering his head bush with a Kipa. However funny it is or not depending on the angle we see it from, it remains funny for some, yet possible. What it impossible is to see George Walker Bush wearing a Sikh turban. This -some say- relates to the fact that however Mesopotamian religions (Zoroastrianism, Christianity, Judaism and Islam) are sometimes conflicting each other, at the end anyone of the mentioned cultures has a sentiment of being a neighbour to other.

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