Now Bush has his own deck of cards - "The House of Cards: Deck of Bush", 54 Reasons why NOT to re-elect the President at:

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"The House of Cards: Deck of Bush", a playing card deck revealing 54 reasons why not to re-elect the president, can be viewed online at:

Los Angeles, CA. (PRWEB) January 20th, 2003 - Hot on the heels of the President's State of the Union Address, the creators of the "Deck of Republican Chickenhawks" playing cards are now taking aim at bigger fowl. "The House of Cards: Deck of Bush", revealing 54 reasons why not to re-elect the president, can be viewed online at:

The creators, who have sold over 5,000 of their original "Chickenhawk" decks (which identified pro-war Republicans who avoided armed service) know the new deck focusing on the President will push several hot buttons this election year. With the information they contain refuting recent policies enacted by his administration, each card in the deck references a news source backing up each fact.

"As the Deck of Republican Chickenhawks and the Iraqi Most Wanted cards proved, there’s no better way to "out" the enemy than to depict it on a deck of cards" says creator Jerry Vasilatos. "The playing card phenomenon has become a great way to educate and inform people in an entertaining way. Our deck provides a great resource for Democratic, Progressive, and Moderate activists in identifying why regime change must begin at home this November."

Vasilatos utilized the four suits of the deck to identify the most pressing issues of the upcoming election year.

"The Spades in the deck reveal the President's alliance with the extreme right, special interests, claims he served in the military when he was actually AWOL and the fiasco in Florida where his allies helped seal his theft of the presidency. Hearts describe Bush's budget slashes that effect children, families, veterans, health care and the victimized families of 9/11. Diamonds recount the cronyism, corruption and sweetheart deals granted to big campaign contributors and corporate interests while US citizens foot the tax burden. Clubs cover the war in Iraq resulting in thousands of combined U.S. and Iraqi casualties while U.S. credibility hangs in the balance regarding unfound "Weapons of Mass Destruction". As for the Jokers, they expose Bush's biggest failures regarding the "War on Terror" and the security of all Americans."

The "House of Cards: Deck of Bush" can be viewed online at: The "Deck of Republican Chickenhawks" can be viewed online at:

For more information or to request a press kit, please contact:

Jerry Vasilatos

Nitestar Productions Inc.

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