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End Bush\'s Silence On Chapstick Use!

31 Signatures Goal: 100

The Bush presidency has been known for it\'s secrecy. The press secretary Scott Mcclellan\'s mantra is \"I\'m not going to comment on an ongoing investigation\". That is understandible in some circumstances (If the terrorists were to know Cheney can\'t aim a shotgun, they would kill us all!) But at a certain point, enough is enough. I sent a letter to the President, inquiring about his Chapstick use and he responded \"Due to the large volume of letters recived, the president is not able to respond...\". We the undersigned request the the president end the silence regarding lip balm use and come clean to the american people, no matter how scary the truth may be!

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The Church of the Living Chapstick, the driving force behind this movement, is an organization based around the worship of the all mighty lip balm.

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http://www.churchofthelivingchapstick.com/

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  • 9 years ago
    sarah radcliffe United States
    9 years ago
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    grace garlough United States
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    Jessi Nixx United States
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    Hillary Hall United States
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    Ben Swofford United States
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    casey gilbert United States
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    cody castro United States
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    Zane Cimino United States
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    anthony lorenzo United States
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    John Spelz United States
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    James Deeney United States
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    Anthony Lorenzo United States
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    Jesse Lucas United States
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    sue carrithers United States
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    george keenen United States
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