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Gobble, Gobble: Bush comedy from Frank Caliendo

Frank Caliendo does superb impersonations of both Dubya and Clinton. This hilarious routine has been around for a year or so but I’ve only just come across it thanks to Crimson East. (3 mins)

5 comments on “Gobble, Gobble: Bush comedy from Frank Caliendo

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  2. Kilroy
    29 October, 2007

    We’re doomed!

  3. michael greenwell
    29 October, 2007

    that bush was perfect.

  4. Ann El Khoury
    31 October, 2007

    Thanks Naj, great job with the graphs there. Fareed Zakaria also puts it well:

    “Here is the reality. Iran has an economy the size of Finland’s and an annual defense budget of around $4.8 billion. It has not invaded a country since the late 18th century. The United States has a GDP that is 68 times larger and defense expenditures that are 110 times greater. Israel and every Arab country (except Syria and Iraq) are quietly or actively allied against Iran. And yet we are to believe that Tehran is about to overturn the international system and replace it with an Islamo-fascist order? What planet are we on?”

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This entry was posted on 27 October, 2007 by in Comedy, Humor, Humour, USA, Video and tagged .

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