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Updated So good ole Dubya has become the 33 1/3 president of the United States, spoken of compassion and then forced young girls to live with their sexual mistakes. But what do Americans really think of him?

If you really want to know what's going on in the world, you tap your query into a search engine. And what better engine than Google?

Our simply query is "dumb motherfucker". And what's this at number one? The George W. Bush for President On-Line Store for Campaign Materials, Wearables and Gift Items. We suspect that some people are having fun here - although it may be that Dubya really is as described.

We thought we'd even more extensive research. AltaVista has some kind of IRA poem as its top choice, but then AltaVista has lost its way. Amazingly, Yahoo! agrees with Google and Bush boy is top dog. Excite has some racist newsgroup posting as number one. But Go.com has "The largest and funniest collection of laws on the Internet!"

Looks like George just scraps in with 50.01 per cent of the vote. How peculiar.

And if you want to know what the youth of America think of Dubya, check out this story from the Washington Post. One of their reporters entered a Britney Spears chat room to see what the kids think of the El Presidente.

Update

We have a link to the people that claim to have set up this piece of entertainment. Check it out here.

Incidentally, yes we know Yahoo! is powered by Google. We will make the humour less subtle next time for you all. ®

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