Friday, December 19, 2008

More Laura-Love

From the AP... captioned thusly: "The President and First Lady unveil their portraits at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. (Dec. 19)" Laura goes first (1:35)...

I like both portraits. But as you might expect, Gentle Reader, I like Mrs. Bush's more.


  1. George and Laura's statements were warm and touching. What a class act.

  2. They have always been a class act, a fact which has been completely lost on the blind ingrates of the left. Of course, given the inherent lack of class on that side of the aisle, I am not surprised they don't recognize it when they see it.

    Sheesh, that's a lot of anger this early in the morning. Sorry.

    Go Laura!

  3. I agree with all y'all... they're the very definition of "class." BOTH of 'em.

  4. I feel a lot of love and appreciation for the Bushes. I may have disagreed with some of his domestic policies, but I've always admired the man. I believe he's a good, decent person and always tried his best to do the right thing for America.

    Mrs. Bush is a wonderful woman.

    The haters criticizing the portraits should all be flogged.

  5. Having been raised by a librarian, I am predisposed to like them :-), so I've always appreciated Laura Bush.

  6. Daphne: We're on the same page, yet again. I, too, have issues with some of the stuff Dubya did... but overall, I believe as you do: He's a decent man who tried his best. I believe history will treat him well.

    And Laura? {sigh}

    Barry: That makes sense.


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