Saddam Hussein a Weapon of Mass Destruction on a Playing Card

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The special Â?WildÂ? card from this deck of cards has a caricature picture of President Bush pulling Saddam Hussein out of his hidey-hole. The card simply reads, Â?LOOK! We found the weapons of mass destruction.Â?

Newt’s Playing Cards (http://www.newtscards.com ), the publisher of “52 Reasons to Re-Elect George W. Bush” Playing Cards is proud to align itself with former Mayor of the City of New York, Rudy Giuliani. In the speech made by Mr. Giuliani on Monday, August 30, 2004 at the Republican National Convention he spoke about how he believed “that Saddam Hussein, who supported global terrorism, slaughtered hundreds of thousands of his own people, permitted horrific atrocities against women, and used weapons of mass destruction, was himself a weapon of mass destruction.”

This deck of normal playing cards from Newt’s includes 52 different photos of either President Bush or something showing support for President Bush, plus 2 Wild cards.

“This was our way to show our support for President Bush,” says James Esteph, owner and designer. “When we were trying to find something more lighthearted for the Wild cards we decided to do it in caricature form with a big punch! Not only is it the card with the biggest punch, it is one of the most popular cards in the deck.

"The special 'Wild' card has a caricature picture of President Bush pulling Saddam Hussein out of his hidey-hole. The card simply reads, 'LOOK! We found the weapons of mass destruction.'"

Along with the “52 Reasons to Re-Elect George W. Bush” Playing Cards, visitors to the bricks-and-mortar store or the web site will find other political decks of playing cards to suit every taste too. Other decks include Politicards, The John F. Kerry Deck and brand new to the list, Presidential Poker, the non-partisan poker cards. Some are bought for collecting, others for playing, but all are suitable for any card games and are intended to encourage people to vote in the upcoming election.

ABOUT NEWT’S PLAYING CARDS

Established in 2000 as Newton’s Novelties, Newt’s began exclusively selling playing cards in 2002. With the grand opening of the brick and mortar store in September of 2003 came the shortened name to reflect the new focus. The retail store is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Newt’s is a division of E-Quiver, Inc. (http://www.e-quiver.com).

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