Friday, November 19, 2004


Transcript: Former President George H.W. Bush Comments at Clinton Library Dedication

And seeing him out on the campaign trail, it was plain to see how he fed off the energy and the hopes and the aspirations of the American people. Simply put, he was a natural, and he made it look too easy.

And, oh, how I hated him for that.


But in conclusion, let me simply say that after you leave the White House, a number of things happen to you.

First of all, the crowds of protesters get smaller. It's disappointing, really.

And when you play golf, no one gives you short putts anymore.
Your cornball jokes still get printed in the big city papers, though.

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