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Wednesday, 28 January 2009

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The U.S. Army tank that Powell was given on his 71st birthday (it sits in the front yard of his Chicago home)

HARLEM, New York - Colin Powell who served as secretary of state in the George W. Bush administration has revealed that he never really liked G.W.

He stated that from their very first meeting, at an Arby's restaurant in Dallas, he resented the fact that Bush always mispronounced his first name. He would call him Colon; as in semi-colon, or as in rectumilicus colon.

Powell also said that President Bush resented the fact the he (Powell) had attained the rank of Four-Star General in the United States Army, whereas (Bush) had only been a Lieutenant in the Alabama Air National Guard.

Inside sources also reveal that on more than one occasion Powell had beaten Bush at checkers, chess, Monopoly, Pictionary, arm wrestling, and even paper, scissors, rock.

General Powell also learned that the president had told his wife Laura in strictest confidence that he resented the fact that Powell had received 10 meritorious badges along with 16 military medals and ribbons including the Bronze Star and the Combat Infantry Badge.

A White House assistant to the president once informed Powell that Bush had received two badges that he knew about.

The first was a badge he received while attending Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. And that badge was a Cheerleading Badge.

The other was a badge he had received while attending Yale University and it was a Homemaking Badge, which really wasn't a badge, but more like a photostatic copy of a Homemaking Badge.

The former secretary of state has revealed that he is writing a book in which he will reveal some very personal secrets involving President Bush, Fidel Castro, Eva Longoria-Parker, Donald Rumsfeld, Kathy Lee Gifford, Dick Cheney, the Tennessee Titans football team, one of the Bush Twins, Sponge Bob Square Pants, and Lindsay Lohan.

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