? Hear this name a lot.
He was Vice President under George Bush (the first one)
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The better question is: Why do you hear that name often?
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~This is something ugly people say to feel better about themselves...
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And no COLON jokes, bastards!
Because I listen to some American comedians.
Most don't seem to like mr Quayle too much.
No problem Kerry is going to take over the role as butt of all political jokes!
" I'd give up a pinky or a toe or something I don't need those"
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He is the barometer against which all future U.S. veep candidates will be judged against...the better to determine whether a particular ticket will pass or fail the "stupidity factor".
In Quayle's case, he had it in abundance.
What can I say, history is a harsh judge.
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Is that linked to John Kerry?
perhaps you could take a page from ogarchamplin's book and use google once in a while to answer your own asinine questions, Reinier
Tisk, tisk... I would have expected you to know Quayle, Reinier! How can you not know one of the great comic geniuses of the late 80s - early 90s.