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Gyurscany's Conscience Should Count for Something

Thursday, Oct. 5, 2006

As a joke, he once called the Saudi Arabian soccer team "terrorists," something Arab states found not so funny. And as a jab at an older politician he was replacing, he said "every man whose wife grows old has earned a younger woman," something women found not so funny.

And last month an audio tape surfaced that was not a jab and not a joke, but an admission of lies, lies, lies about the economy, something the people of Hungary found not funny at all. ...

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