All Stars '93 to '03 Political Decks of Playing Cards - Orange Deck
In the All Stars '93 To '03 we step back in time to remember some of the more parody-friendly characters and events between the years of 1993 and 2003, a timeline that spans plenty of incidents on either side of the Bridge-To-The-21 st-Century.
One of five Bill Clinton cards in this deck explains the root cause of his 'relationship that was not appropriate' with that woman, Ms. Lewinsky. Desperate to salvage some of the female votes his boss may have lost, Al Gore's solution was to accentuate his assets. In hindsight, Ross Perot wishes he'd have had a crystal ball. We were treated early on to the superior intellect of Hillary Clinton. And who can forget Joycelyn Elders and her devotion to children's education? With Jim Hightower, we got a preview of Air America's influence. And as the Clinton years were about to end, Denise Rich provided the president a wonderful opportunity for a graceful exit -- an opportunity he was all-too-happy to lay his eyes upon. And then came the new administration, its accompanying "new tone" and Ted Kennedy's response to it. And what was the deal with the Supreme Court and their affinity for Jamaican law? Stephen Breyer explains that the answer was really quite simple. The 2002 Senate race saw the Democrats call upon their heavy-hitters, Walter Mondale and Frank Lautenberg. And Lautenberg even won! Way to go, New Jersey! And who doesn't have a soft spot in their heart for those lovable RINOs' Lincoln Chaffee has a date with a tennis court, Chuck Hagel has found a friendly audience, and Bill Frist is spittin' mad, Dad-Gummit! If you're as fed up with RINOs as we are, All Stars '93 To '03 may very well be your favorite deck from the Bush League All Stars collection.
This deck comes in the "deluxe" size of 2-3/4 x 3-7/8 and is great for most card games. The extra size allows you to enjoy the wonderful artwork and biting satire without needing a microscope.
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This deck of political playing cards is great to not only look back, but great to remember the many political characters as we prepare for the 2008 Presidential Election.