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Bush And Gore

Bush and Gore were sitting in a restaurant to discuss the craziness of the election.

When the waitress came to take their orders, Gore said, "I'll take the steak."

When she asked Bush, he said, "I'll take the quickie."

Gore motioned for the waitress to come closer, and whispered into her ear "He means the quiche."

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