Before the 2001 inauguration of George Bush, he was invited to a<br>get-acquainted tour of the White House. After drinking several<br>Glasses of iced tea, he asked Bill Clinton if he could use his personal<br>bathroom.<br><br>When he entered Clinton's private toilet, he was astonished to see that <br>president Clinton had a solid gold urinal. That afternoon, George <br>told his wife, Laura, about the urinal. "Just think," he said, "when I<br>am president, I could have a gold urinal too. But I wouldn't do something<br>that self-indulgent!"<br><br>Later when Laura toured the White House with Hillary, she told <br>Hillary how impressed George had been at his discovery that Pres.<br>Clinton had a gold urinal in his private bathroom. That evening when<br>Bill and Hillary were getting ready for bed, Hillary smiled and said to Bill,<br>"I found out who pissed in your saxophone"<br><br><br><br>CreativeGuy: For your "fix" of design software tips, tricks & commentary.
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Good one!<br><br><br>Here's another:<br><br><br>George Bush went to Pope John Paul II's funeral with his father, Bill Clinton and Condoleezza Rice. They paid their last respects by kneeling in front of the Holy Father and said a prayer. <br><br>Just then, The president noticed that the room had filled with the men who will select the next Pope. Bill Clinton explained "those are all of the cardinals."<br><br>Having finished with his prayer,the president got up, went over, and with hand outstretched, congratulated the cardinals on beating the Astros the night before. <br><br>
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