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  •  Andy Borowitz covered this yesterday (8+ / 0-)


    GUANTÁNAMO BAY, CUBA (The Borowitz Report)—While former Presidents and a star-studded cast of other dignitaries gather in Dallas, Texas, today for the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the first library opened by Mr. Bush, located in Guantánamo, Cuba, celebrated its eleventh anniversary in January with considerably less pomp.

    And for Harland Dorrinson, who curates Mr. Bush’s other library, the lack of attention stings.

    “We’re actually the first George W. Bush library, if anybody cares to know,” Mr. Dorrinson said, adding that “no media whatsoever” covered the Guantánamo library’s eleventh anniversary.


    [T]he library at Guantánamo has a lot to offer that the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas doesn’t: “If you go to their Web site, you see that they’re closed some days. We’re going to be open forever.”

    Too late for the simple life, too early for android love slaves - Savio

    by Clem Yeobright on Fri Apr 26, 2013 at 06:48:53 AM PDT

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