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$10,000 Reward for Proof that Bush Served
in the Air National Guard.

 

A few weeks ago Garry Trudeau, creator of the comic strip Doonesbury, offered $10,000 for proof that George W. Bush served in the Air National Guard when he said he did.

Here's the details of the challenge:
http://www.doonesbury.com/strip/bush_guard.html

Being the expert researcher / investigator that I am, I have found proof. I had to scour through mounds of top secret archives, question local authorities, and was chased by men in dark suits through shady alleyways to obtain this information. Do not treat it lightly.

         
 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Here is the proof:

Parody Archive Photo of Bush in the Air National Guard.
Archive Photo of Bush in the Air National Guard.

 

 
 



Q. Why is this funny?

 

   
 

A. Man, it is. Just trust me!

In the Doonesbury comic strip Bush is drawn as an asterisk (*) floating in space, sometimes with a hat. Here are a couple examples:

 

   
 

Doonesbury cartoon with Bush as asterisk in roman helmet.

 

Doonesbury cartoon with Bush as asterisk in cowboy hat.

 

 

 

  The humor is obviously enhanced by the fact that as an asterisk he's not really there (in body). Just as the accusations that he wasn't really there for duty. Got it now?
 

 

Q. Not Really. Did you score the cash?

 

 

A. Umm.. Yeah, of course! Trudeau is good on his word. Besides how could he deny evidence like that?

 

 

 

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Ok, you got me, it was a manipulated photo.
Here is the original Archive photo of George W. Bush in the Air National Guard:

Archive Photo of Bush in the Air National Guard.

I did get the $10,000 though. Don't tell Trudeau.