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The "Name That Bush Scandal" Contest

January 10, 2005

Every administration has its scandals, those political quagmires and ethical fiascos that change our culture and forever mar presidential legacies. Among others, Nixon had Watergate, Reagan had Iran-Contra, and Clinton had, um, Lewinsky.
Yet George W. Bush, whose scandals have been the most frequent, severe and damaging, has emerged largely unscathed. Uniquely among modern presidential outrages, Bush?s have gone unnoticed, unexplored, underreported, unpunished and most of all, unnamed.
That is, until now.
To commemorate George W. Bush?s second inauguration, is holding its first ever ?Name That Bush Scandal? Contest. If Reagan had "Iranamok" (Iran/Contra) and Clinton had "Bimbroglio" (Lewinsky scandal), what should Bush's contributions to posterity be? Simply send us your suggested names for any or all of the Bush scandals and you could win great prizes like an Apple Mini iPod, gift certificates, and international acclaim. More important, you could earn the eternal thanks of a grateful nation.
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Jon Perr
Jon Perr is a technology marketing consultant and product strategist who writes about American politics and public policy.

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