What are doing Ex. President Mr. Bush--
1. Waiting for death
2. Trying to make his child next president
3. Watching Obama clobber his record-setting deficit spending.
From what we've heard the former president is living in his home state, and living life as private citizen. He'll probably do what most former presidents do, write and lecture - but I don't happen to know. People who have been U.S. Presidents are generally busy enough that they aren't "waiting for death".
As for his daughters, they're a little too young to run for President next time around.
Nah. You kidding? They are gearing up for the other brother to run for POTUS as we write.
4. Watching Obama fortify the spying clauses in the Patriot Act
You been here five months and no hubs and one fan? What are free-best-wallpap doing?
Man, I just heard that G.W. was playing around in Crawford with his hurricane machine and now we have Hurricane Bill headed towards us.
Did you ever consider Ted Kennedy's cancer could have been a form of karma balancing for that "ride"...?
I think it's ironic that Joe Kennedy made some of his fortune running illegal booze and breaking the law, then son Ted was popped for DUI and might have been loaded when he left Mary Jo to drown in Poucha Pond.
Wikipedia chronicles this tragedy as the "Chappaquiddick incident". That's not biased.
No mainly, it just shows his lack of decency and courage as acceptable by some...
OK, correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought the Grandfather (forget the name...father of Joe) made the fortune. And he was a decent man. Then Joe came along and was something of a playboy and not of the same cloth as his father.
Watched in on the History Channel...but a long time ago. ?
How did we get from Bush to Ted Kennedy?
I thought I read somewhere that Bush got two new puppies for the ranch. He named them "Shock" and "Awe."
Bush will be remembered in history as the president that protected America. I thank him for his service to our country.
The NEXT ten years will have a lot to do with Bush's legacy.
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