A Dallas lawyer’s roman à Clinton.
Everyone at the Capitol that morning in late January knew George W. Bush was at a high plateau, and they were there expecting to witness history being made. Popular and successful after two years as governor, openly discussed already as a potential candidate for national office, he was, on this…
By vetoing the Patient Protection Act, Gearge W. Bush put cost before care.
The office of governor is constitutionally weak, but don’t tell that to George. W. Bush.
He’s part Susan Powter, part David Letterman, part Dagwood Bumstead—and more.
George W. Bush wants to be governor of Texas. He says he’s not following in his father’s footsteps, but his name, his career, and his ideas about politics seem an awful lot like Dad’s.