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Also known as: "George Bush"

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1 intelligence agencies act urgently to stop future attacks. Bush President 4 found
2 our laws do not protect detainees, and the MCA even goes so far as to authorize him to hold detainees who "awaiting designation" as enemy combatants. Bush President 4 found
3 he would have no comment on the debate over the destruction of CIA tapes until an investigation is completed. Bush President 3 found
4 in Cancun, Mexico, "I'm really grateful she was released and thank those who worked hard for her release, and we're glad she's alive. Bush President 2 found
5 plans for a U.S.-Middle East Free Trade Area by 2013 Bush President 2 found
6 "He was an institution in both news and politics for more than two decades. Tim was a tough and hardworking newsman. He was always well-informed and thorough in his interviews.; And he was as gregarious off the set as he was prepared on it," Bush President 2 found
7 reconsider this irresponsible decision Bush President 2 found
8 the Senate to outlaw all forms of cloning ( video ) Bush President 2 found
9 he was pleased Bush President 2 found
10 he gave orders that allowed the NSA to eavesdrop on a small number of Americans without the usual requisite warrants. Bush President 2 found
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