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Wednesday, 23 May 2007

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Bush's electronic ankle tag is monitored by the Feds

New Jersey - (Ass Mess): Governor Jon Corzine warned George Bush today about his reckless disregard for seatbelt laws and reminded him that his own folly last month cost him broken arms, legs, ribs and a massively bruised ego after failing to adhere to the 'click-it or thicket' belt-up campaign.

Barely six weeks on after being involved in a hideous road smash that left him hospitalised and hardly able to walk Corzine has said that Bush is compounding a bad example by claiming to be exempt from the law while driving around unbuckled at his Predator Chapel Ranch in his favorite gas-guzzling Hummer.

Meanwile federal road safety officials in Texas have warned the public of the continuing dangers of Driving while Under the Influence.

Their statement may have been a pointed reminder to George W Bush whose haphazard attempt of giving NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer a guided tour of Crawford in his pick-up last weekend sent panic among his secret service minders who failed to keep up with his patently toxic driving display taht left the NATO chief looking utterly terrified.

"That's what he always does when he wants to get his way, a Crawford source said today.

"Putin lasted almost twenty minutes, and Blair has been known to go thirty five. But some's not so hard-stomached and tend to bail out by calling their minders on their cell phones for help.

"Usually the Feds then just cut the satellite remote-control steering device and turn off the engine from a special facility under the residence.

"There's usually one big tantrum following, but you get used to it.

"He knows we can always activate the tagging device around his ankle that registers alcohol usage. A possible tirade from Laura's usually enough to keep him docile."

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