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What do you think of when I mention President Bush Well in every issue of the Daily Camera there is a political cartoon in the first section that sometimes is about Bush and his presidency like it was a few days ago In this particular cartoon it is trying to portray President Bush and the economy of todays society by putting Bush on a treadmill running hard but not going anywhere It looks like the drawing takes place in the oval office of the White House Bush the only character in the cartoon is running on a treadmill sweating pretty profusely looking dumbfounded He also looks extremely skinny almost to the point of anorexia On the treadmill reads Economic Plan which is referring to Bushs plan to rebound our slumping economy While Bush is taking his run he is exclaiming Going anywhere No but Im in very good shape One cannot help but get the notion that the cartoonist thinks that Bushs economic plan is not helping out this countrys economic problems of todays society All of his policies for example to pay down the federal debt to provided tax relief for American families to modernize and reform social security and Medicare just to name a few are not working to bounce America back to a healthier economic state Bush is trying and working hard but nothing is happening to help The cartoon says Going Anywhere No but Im in very good shape What the cartoonist is trying to say about being in good shape is he can keep on trucking along working hard for a while until his term is up or is re-elected However by the looks of him in the cartoon he has been trucking along for a long time because of the size of this body He is very skinny almost to the point of breaking a bone This may mean that he doesnt have much left in him or he
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