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Who's the Bigger Draw: Jordin Sparks or Dubya?

George W. and Laura Bush are scheduled to speak at 11 this morning at Cowboys Stadium -- who knows, maybe the ex-president slept over? Of course, Arlington school kids won't be out there for the announcement concerning the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee's historic service-learning program, about which we'll learn more shortly, but Jordin Sparks, Roger Staubach, Bill Lively, Daryl Johnston, Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Pat Summerall will be. (Oh, so this is why I agreed to go.) In the meantime, The Onion this morning catches Bush on the front porch of his Dallas home, feeling all reflective and stuff: "George W. Bush Chuckles To Self Upon Thinking About How He Was President Of The United States For Almost A Decade."

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