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'Lil' Bush: Resident of the United States'
From left: Lil' Cheney, Lil' Condi, and Lil' Bush. (Courtesy of Comedy Central) Courtesy of Comedy Central
Television Review

Bush cartoon humor is too lil' and too late

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / June 13, 2007

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One of the easiest targets in comedy is, of course, George W. Bush's manner. Jokes about the President's sloppy grammar, his malapropisms, his smug comebacks, and his cowboy attitude now run a penny a dozen. They are to humor writers what Lindsay Lohan is to the paparazzi: run-of-the-mill fare. Years after T-shirt companies and late-night hosts built an industry around ... (Full article: 557 words)

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