What will President Bush Say in the State of the Union? Prognostication Pays at SuperiorBook.com

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SuperiorBook.com gets political -- sort of -- with odds on the president's State of the Union address. It's all exclusively at the "Easiest Sports Bet on the Net."

In his State of the Union address scheduled for Tuesday night, will President Bush mention the name of the scurrilous Saddam Hussein? Will he comment on the torture at Abu Ghraib? Will he mention the Super Bowl that's about to take place in a couple of weeks?

SuperiorBook.com is placing odds on it.

SuperiorBook.com, the internet's most innovative sportsbook, figures not even the annual State of the Union should be safe from the pure pleasure of sports wagering.

Oddsmaker Charles Jay has posted the odds at 6-5 that "Saddam Hussein" will be mentioned by Bush during his speech, 15-1 that the president will speak Jack Abramoff's name, 10-1 that he will say "Super Bowl," and 50-1 that he will talk about Abu Ghraib.

Will the word "peace" be said more than "war"? It's a -150 (3-2) favorite to be mentioned with more frequency. "You might think that a president who is so intent on prolonging the Iraq War, and in fact pondering war with Iran, would use that word excessively," says Jay, "but in last year's speech he actually used 'peace' a little more. We'll see how it turns out this year."

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