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Sunday, September 1, 2013

Question for W, Unanswered

For John, BLUFFormer Presidents should be seen and not heard.  Nothing to see here; just move along.

Over at the Althouse blog we have a question, a thought problem.
"I know you're trying to subtly rope me in to the issues of the day.  I refuse to be roped in."

Said George W. Bush, handling questions about Syria in precisely the style that befits a former President, speaking publicly.

But what if President Obama were to privately consult with George Bush? This is something I've fantasized about.  I imagine Obama talking about how much he understands now what Bush went through and how Bush is the one person in the world who understands what he's going through.  I picture Bush supporting the younger man in a completely empathetic and patriotic way.

Remember, Professor Althouse voted for Senator and President Obama.

I like the fact that "W" has stayed out of the spotlight but has been doing good works in his post-presidential years.  An fine example for all.

Regards  —  Cliff


Jack Mitchell said...

In 1989, I was stationed in Washington DC and was assigned to a detail of driving VIPs for the inaugural of George H. W. Bush. Scuttlebutt was that the Bush family we're all very decent human beings. I did not get to see this first hand, but all clues lead to that being exactly so.

That said, shouldn't we ask Dick Cheney about the big decisions?

C R Krieger said...

You can ask former VP Dick Cheney if you wish, but I would just as soon give it a pass.

The Republican Party is a big tent, so I guess we own him.  Still, I don't ask everyone for their opinion.

Regards  —  Cliff