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Bush lip-syncs inaugural address well

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George Bush lip-sync'd his inaugural address well, say observers.

"It was a wonderful address," said a glowing Margaret Hosner, of Alabama, after several days of Republican balling. "Our one true President courageously lip-sync'd strong support for democracy and freedom, and an end to racism."

"Of course, just between you and me, we're still going to do all we can to keep those 'inner-city' folk away from the voting booth."

Bush delivered the address after being sworn in by Chief Justice William Renquist, who congratulated Bush on winning the support of the majority of electronic voting machine manufacturers.

At first, it appeared that Bush might try to deliver the inaugural address live. But he paused after being sworn in, waiting for the tape to start.

"We considered having him deliver the address live," said inauguration planner Jeanne L. Phillips. "But even with a wire, he screwed up. So now we have the Milli Vanilli president."

In a news conference after the address, Hearst columnist Helen Thomas asked Bush whether he intended to lip-sync appearances during the next four years.

Bush replied, after a pause: "Girl, you know it's true."

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