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Google tells it like it is

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Poor old George Bush: try as he might he just can't convince his critics that his handling of the Hurricane Katrina disaster was - until he sort of pulled his finger out - anything other than a complete fiasco.

Accordingly, Google is currently offering the Prez's biography as its top link for the search 'failure':

Google tells it like it is

Ho ho. Of course, this isn't the first time Google has been used to lambaste politicos. Earlier this year, we were alerted to the fact that typing "wanker" into the search engine returned the name of a well-known member of Her Maj's British Government. We refrained from running the story because the bloke in question is built like a brick shit house and has a reputation for punching irate voters in the face.

We're sure, though, that Mr Bush is far too busy at the moment to come over here for face-to-face fisticuffs, and so we feel we can run this story - and the truly marvellous pic below (thanks to the anonymous reader who forwarded) - with complete impunity:

Bush according to Sky News

Sky News caption department: we salute you. ®

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