Country strong

posted by
August 23, 2011
The American Prospect
by Paul Waldman  
Posted in Commentary, PND Commentary

"In 1999, as he was preparing his run for the White House, George W. Bush made an important purchase. The son of a president and grandson of a senator, born in Connecticut and schooled at Andover, Yale, and Harvard, bought himself a ranch. Over the next ten years, he would repeatedly bring photographers out to document him clearing brush, always with Stetson atop his head and gigantic belt buckle firmly in place. Bush may not have been much for book learnin’, but he appreciated the power of political iconography." (08/23/11)  

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