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Episode 6: Bush, the Butcher in Chief

 George W. Bush left the office of the presidency in January of 2009 with a very low approval rating. Thanks to the mainstream media, he's gone on a rehab tour to recover from his low favorability wounds. This episode is a brief diatribe against his crimes in Iraq and the corporate media's refusal to treat his lies as lies, and instead label his invasion of Iraq as simply a mistake.


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