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Standard complimentary tubes of chapstick found in every suite at the Watergate hotel.

Sometimes called simply Watergate, most historians note that there actually was no scandal at all and Watergate was simply a fictional short story written as a joke by Nixon's dog Checkers. The story encompassed a ficticous incident involving a ficticious covert White House Special Investigations Unit known as White House Plumbers. The story involves a plot centered around Nixon ordering the Plumbers to break into the Democratic National Committee in the Watergate Hotel in search of the Holy Grail which was believed to be in Democrat posession. The rest of the story is uneventful but needless to say, the Democrats led by Cindy Sheehan attempt to bring down the Nixon administration. But fortunetly the scandal never happened in real life and Nixon served his full term in the Presidency.

Unknown to most people, this story is actually based on a real-life scandal in which President Clinton ordered his White House Recyclers to break into GOP headquarters to steal Monica Lewinski's blue dress. Unfortunetly, this story was covered up by the Liberal Media elite and surpressed by the blame-america first crowd.

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