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We should watch closely as these congressional spending bills make their way to President Bush's desk, to see whether the piggy-wig philosophy of congressional members from both parties wins the day - or whether President Bush has the courage to wield a flourishing veto pen if the legislative hogs approve the pending pork-barrel spending legislation with all these obscene spending earmarks.
There is no way I could get my own lion or my elephant — or my piggy-wig to submit to those poses.
Cindy, the piggy-wig wig-hat scroll down is close enough to ‘donkey’ to suggest that, yes, at the very least, she is certainly capable of fashioning a donkey.
"I didn't realise that I was being a selfish old piggy-wig!"
(the owl, the pussycat, the 'piggy-wig' and a turkey) and revolves around the love between the title characters, who are married by the turkey in the third and final stanza.
It features four anthropomorphised animals (the owl, the pussycat, the 'piggy-wig' and