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7. Worker wiping sweat from his brow ("... minimum wage at $3.35 an hour ...")

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8. Bush scowling ("... let polluters ...")

9. Smoke billowing from a cooling tower ("... police themselves.")

10. Houston skyline, drenched in smog ("Today Texas ranks last in air quality.")

11. Bush scowling ("Now Bush promises ...")

12. Old man looking worried ("... the same one trillion dollars from Social ...")

13. Middle-aged coupled looking worried ("... Security to two different groups.")

14. Bush scowling ("He squanders the surplus on a tax cut ...")

15. A McMansion ("for those ...")

16. A cruising Mercedes ("... making over $300,000.")

17. Bush scowling, casting eyes down ("Is he ready to lead America?")

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