Saturday, February 11, 2006

How Do They Know What He Looked Like?

This is weird:

Presidents are often memorialized in their most famous moments -- George Washington crossing the Delaware, Theodore Roosevelt at San Juan Hill.

Now President Bush's time in the Texas Air National Guard has been immortalized in bronze. The National Guard Association of the United States yesterday unveiled a bust of a young Lt. George W. Bush. The association expressed its pride in Bush, who is perhaps its most famous alumnus around today.

Bush's service may still be a bit of a sore subject for him, though. He seemed no more eager to talk about it yesterday than he did in his 2004 reelection campaign, when critics questioned whether he manipulated his guard service to avoid having to serve in Vietnam.


At 8:16 PM, Blogger reader_iam said...

I'm glad to see someone else blogging about this. This really is an embarrassing situation. Yes, I know there are likely other similar situations to Momara's about which we don't know, but the point is that we DO know about this one.


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