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    :: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 ::

    Last Train to Texas - By Anthony Zurcher, The Texas Observer
    Many of Bush’s operatives face tough times as they ponder their future employment possibilities. Thanks in no small part to Bush’s doings over the past two terms, Washington has become increasingly inhospitable for the Bush team while even the once-friendly confines of Texas pose new challenges for those who head home. For every Karen Hughes who lands a highly paid consulting gig, there’s an Alberto Gonzales, who seems condemned to wander the Earth in search of gainful employment.
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