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Bush Audio Clips and Song Parodies

Funny audio clips and song parodies poking fun at President Bush.

Bushisms Audio Gallery
Listen to audio clips of President Bush's dumbest quotes and verbal gaffes.

I'm The Decider
A parody set to the tune of I am the Walrus. "I am me and Rummy's he, Iraq is free and we are all together. See the world run when Dick shoots his gun, see how I lie I'm Lying..."

Remix of Bush's State of the Union Address
Listen to an amusing remixed version of President Bush's State of the Union address.

Bush and Kerry Sing 'This Land Is Your Land'
He's a liberal wiener. He's a right-wing nut job. See John Kerry and George Bush square off and trade insults in this can't-miss campaign spoof of "This Land is Your Land."

Bushism Video: Fool Me Once...
Watch video footage of Bush making the following statement: "There's an old saying in Tennessee — I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can't get fooled again."

Weekly Radio Address
Listen to audio parodies satirizing President Bush's weekly radio addresses.

You're So Vague
A Capitol Steps song parody about George W. Bush to the tune of "You're So Vain."

My Staff Belongs to Daddy
A Capitol Steps song parody to the tune of "My Heart Belongs to Daddy."

Make Your Own Bush Speech
Drag and drop words directly into Bush's mouth.

Saturday Night Live's Bush-Gore Debate Parody
Listen to the classic SNL parody from the 2000 election of the first Bush-Gore presidential debate. The sketch is perhaps the funniest -- and most influential -- bit of political satire produced in recent years.

Bush/Gore Election Night Phone Calls
Listen in on the election night phone conversations between Gore and Bush. Hilarious!

'Daily Show' Coverage of Bush's Victory Speech
Listen to a hilarious clip from "The Daily Show's" coverage of George W. Bush's Dec. 13, 2000 victory speech.

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