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|campaign 2000 185.8. Yogi Berra met George Bush during an election campaign|
. Bush said Texas was important. Yogi said, "Texas has a lot of electrical votes."
— Steve Jensen, San Antonio 185.9. It took U.S. Army General Harold N.
|Baudrillard, Jean It only takes a politician believing in what he says for the others |
to stop believing him. - Baudrillard, Jean The abjection of our ... Mongolia for
retired politicians. - Benn, Tony Yogi met George Bush during an election
campaign. Bush said Texas was important. Yogi said Texas has a lot of electrical
votes. - 5.
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|Familiar Quotations Galvanising ndash; ElectricityAll power corrupts, but we need the electricity.ndash;AnonymousFlash'd from his bed the electric tidings came, he is no better, he is much the same.ndash;AnonymousFaith is like electricity.|
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|Jenkins met George H. Bush in 1 974, when Bush took over a diplomatic post in |
Beijing where Jenkins served as senior deputy. ... interest in politics before their
support of Bush, would support a Maine- Texas Republican ex-CIA Director like
Bush except for ... Never mind Dubya's visit to Bob Jones University lef s hear
what he has to say about his visit to Maharishi University, ... The key fact to
remember is that Hagelin and his yogic-flying scamsters need the help of the
Federal Election ...
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