Apprently President Bush has been summoned for Jury Duty in Waco Texas. He intends to serve his jury duty, just not on Monday. The White house is
working with the courts to have the jury duty rescheduled.
The president has been summoned to the county courthouse near his Texas ranch as a potential juror.
White House press secretary Scott McClellan said the McLennan County court has been called and told the president has other commitments on Monday.
McClellan said the White House will work with the court to reschedule Bush's jury duty.
State District Judge Ralph Strother told the Waco Tribune-Herald he doesn't expect to send the sheriff out to bring the president in.
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Never thought I would see the day a President was summoned for jury duty. There is no time in recent history that I can recall a President being
called on for this (Keep in mind I am relatively young). Anyone else recall a time when this has happened? Of course I doubt they would let him,
because any liberal on the jury would vote opposite of Bush just on principle. For some reason I find some humor in picturing Dubya on the jury
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