„You are a liar. You are inept. You are probably the worst president that the United States has ever had to endure. You are not welcome in NYC.“

—  Moby

Addressed to George W. Bush in "go home, gw" http://www.moby.com/journal/2006-09-10/go_home_gw.html, journal entry (10 September 2006) at moby.com

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