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harry ashburn
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I thought Daddy Bush and his post-term team already concluded that Gulf War Syndrome and the deformed children were just figments of unAmerican imagination?

After mad scientists thought it up (two birds with one stone: nuclear waste disposal problem and more armor-piercing rounds), there was no shortage of Military Industry to profit from it (depleted uranium munitions).

So how do they explain it to their kids? Yes, son your private college cost about 1200 U.S. soldier's to suffer mysteriously for years and accounted for about 80 deformed children. Your sister's new car was paid for by about 80 cases of leukemia, but we made a tax-deductible donation to a cancer charity once so that more than makes up for it, since this is the kind of thing we can pay "experts" to deny for a lifetime - make that, many lifetimes.

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