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40 Minutes 37 Seconds - just who did President Bush think was interupting him? (Nixon had his 18.5 minutes of missing tape, now George has his famous "minutes")

29 October 2004 06:31
Do you have any ideas on this? I could not find anything on your site about this. From the message board at bushbulge.com http://members.sitegadgets.com/bush... Nixon had his 18.5 minutes of famous erased tape. Now George has his famous conversation with no-one at 40 minutes 37 seconds into the first presidential debate. 40 Minutes 37 Seconds - just who is he talking to? Posted by not_george on October 28, 2004 at 23:21:27: The important thing to note is not what this bulge might or might not be - That is all conjecture (though quite entertaining...especially if the "cowboy" wears (...)


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