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George W. Bush really wants to be president, and apparently he is worried that the more than $50 million war chest he has built won’t buy it for him. Campaigning in South Carolina for an upcoming bellwether primary in the state, Bush said that the NAACP should “butt out” of the state’s business concerning the flying of the Confederate flag over the statehouse. The NAACP is coordinating a boycott of tourism in the state to protest use of the flag. “I think the good people of South Carolina can settle this issue,” Bush said. And why not? Some of those same friendly folks south of the Mason-Dixon line did a wonderful job settling those annoying issues of lunch counters and bus seats. In a separate outpouring of sincerity, Bush asked American to act as their conscience guides them. If anyone finds his conscience, please forward (postage guaranteed) to the Spoiled Scion of Privilege for President Committee

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