By Ted Rueter
Ted Rueter panders to Republican get together traces by means of accumulating 370 oratorical guffaws credited to renowned politicians. labeled in alphabetical order and provided via topic subject, the quips include:
Osama bin weighted down: "[Osama bin weighted down] is both alive and good or alive and never good or now not alive." --Donald Rumsfeld
Misunderestimation: "They misunderestimated me." --George W. Bush
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