Is it normal that george bush had 5‰ of "the sludge" in his bloodstream

Is it normal that George Bush had 5‰ of "The Sludge" in his bloodstream when he died?

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  • tf is "the sludge"? Am I missing something here???

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  • What is this symbol? ‰

    How did you make it instead of a percent sign?

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  • I don't really know what you're referring to here in terms of metaphor but I do have a barely relevant factoid about myself in regards to Walker Bush: he's third cousins with my grandfather and we are part of a much larger American family that has been here a long time. The family name is not Bush though, and I will not give out my surname. But it's not hard to find if you want to look up their ancestry and a lot of African Americans have the surname as well because, unfortunately, our ancestors were slave owners.

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  • It's not that he was heavy and had a lot of fat, he was heavy and he had a lot of fat. It's that his blood was 50% of the liquid in his body. That's a lot of sludge.

    George Bush, the conservative ideologue, didn't have any blood for a long time. He's a republican. He had a lot of blood in his body, the Republican sludge. But his blood was destroyed. That's why there's no sludge in his body, no sludge at all.

    I'd rather have Bush than Obama, I'd rather have Bush than Romney, I'd rather have Bush than John McCain, I'd rather have Bush than Newt Gingrich, I'd rather have Bush than Dick Cheney, I'd rather have Bush than Sarah Palin, I'd rather have Bush than Pat Buchanan, I'd rather have Bush than Newt and Santorum combined, I'd rather have Bush than Bill and Hillary combined, I'd rather have Bush than the entire GOP combined, I'd rather have Bush than John Edwards, I'd rather have Bush than the entire Democratic party combined, I'd rather have Bush than John Kerry, I'd rather have Bush than John McCain, I'd rather have Bush than George W.

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  • His problem

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    • His problem was not a lack of enough "The Sludge". The U.S. government has taken $2.6 trillion from U.S. taxpayers since 2000. Yet the total amount of "The Sludge" in the U.S. has only increased by $8 billion. Why? Because the U.S. government continues to drain our money and then spends it on things that don't work.

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