Anorak News | George Bush Is Not A Heavyweight Leader: Sarkozy Wins By A Hair

George Bush Is Not A Heavyweight Leader: Sarkozy Wins By A Hair

by | 11th, August 2007

PRESIDENT George Bush has been treated for Lyme disease. “He developed the characteristic “bull’s-eye” rash that marks the beginning of the tick-borne infection,” notes the Times.

He has been to the doctor.

Doctors said that Mr Bush, 61, who smokes an occasional cigar and enjoys coffee and diet fizzy drinks, remains in the “superior” fitness category for a man of his age. They placed him in the leading 3 per cent of the population, thanks in part to his six-day-a-week exercise regime.

Mr Bush had a colonoscopy last month at the presidential retreat at Camp David. Five growths were removed from his colon but doctors determined that none was cancerous.

Mr Bush, who is 5ft 11½in (180cm), has lost 4lb since his annual medical examination last August. He now weighs 192lb (87kg). His body fat percentage fell from 16.8 to 16.6. The President has skin lesions consistent with sun damage and has been advised to wear sunscreen and a hat when in the sun.

Bush is fit. But would he win a fight with Gordon Brown? David Cameron once promised Gordon Brown nothing less than “a bare-knuckle fight over the NHS”. Would he be more of a match for Bush?

I think Sarkozy would beat them all, unless you spoiled his hair…

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