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Who said it -- Little Carmine or George W. Bush?

Who said it -- Little Carmine or George W. Bush? ''The Sopranos'' Mob boss and the president both coin questionable phrases

Those jokers at ”The Sopranos”! Woulda-been Mob boss Little Carmine Lupertazzi (Ray Abruzzo), with his Texas-size belt buckles and curious turns of phrase, bears more than a passing resemblance to a certain Commander-in-Chief. Can you tell the difference between George W. Bush’s presidential parlance and that of the Mob malapropster?

A. ”They have miscalculated me as a leader.”

B. ”Of course no one wants all-out conflict, but historically, historical changes have come out of war.”

C. ”The point is, this is a way to help inoculate me about what has come and is coming.”

D. ”We’re in a f – -ing stagmire.”

E. ”The fundamental question is, Will I be as effective as a boss like my dad was?… Until I am, it’s gonna be hard to verify that I think I’ll be more effective.”

Answers: A. Bush; B. Little Carmine; C. Bush; D. Little Carmine; E. Little Carmine

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