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Bush Pressed To Change Staff

President Bush has been under pressure from both parties to reinvigorate his office by bringing in new, more experienced staff members. What do you think?
  • "Bush doesn't need to hire new people, he just needs to give them new nicknames."

    Jason Lange
    Systems Analyst
  • "I guess I'm not the only one getting pretty bored with Alphonso Jackson as secretary of housing and urban development."

    Loran Clay
    Speech Pathologist
  • "I thought Bush had run out of friends to appoint."

    Andy Garcera
    Retail Manager