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Thursday, August 17, 2006

Bush Library Delayed

From the AP:

First lady Laura Bush said Wednesday that she doesn't expect a decision to be made on the site for the George W. Presidential Library before at least the end of the year.

Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Baylor University in Waco and the University of Dallas in Irving are finalists for the library.

"The first of the year would be my guess," Mrs. Bush said in an interview with The Dallas Morning News during a campaign fundraising stop in Fairmont, W.Va. "Or, maybe, the end of the year."

She said that the process of picking a site is complicated with a lot of negotiations and "give-and-take from all the sites that are interested."

"It just takes a lot longer than you think it might," she said. "There's a lot of legal parts that are associated with it."

First of all, isn't "Bush Library" an oxymoron? Really. I've noticed a frank national discussion has begun about whether the nation is endangered by the bully-president's stupidity coupled with his messianic grandiocity; even among republicans. Whether brain-sick from syphillis and profligacy, or simply mentally retarded (my theory), Babs can't hold down the truth anymore, it always rises up in the end. I'll admit he can seem to discuss sports without falling down or soiling himself. But a library?

I've never had a quiz before, so let's try one. Besides Hungry Catapillar, what other books would one expect to find in the Bush Library?


At 11:43 PM , Blogger Silence Dogwood said...

Well, the Pet Goat book is certainly of historical significance. But W ought to be hoist on his own pinhead petard with a one-book library. After all, the Greatest Story Ever Told is the only book you'll ever need.
And as for the location? It must be Bob Jones University, Oral Roberts University, or Liberty University, a school on the cutting edge of 19th century thought.


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