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Sure, crappy C-list celebrities get their own reality shows. But how come Secretary of the Interior Earl Butz doesn't? We give men who served their presidents questionably their own show.
Published October 25, 2012 More Info »
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Published October 25, 2012

Tim Geithner's Famiy Bailout

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John Mitchell’s Celebrity Intervention

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Donald Rumsfield’s Estate Sale Search

Donald Rumsfield sent us to Iraq based on faulty information, then failed to commit an adequate number of troops.  Now, he’s looking for that perfect armoire.   Each week, from a secure and undisclosed location, Rumsfield searches dead peoples’ estate sales... in search of treasure!  Let’s see if a man with a heart of stone can find that perfect dining set!

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