By L. Brent Bozell III | December 10, 2018 at 3:38 am Everyone seems to have his own George H.W. Bush story. I’ll give one that gives an insight into this man’s character. Some years ago, we were at his home in Kennebunkport after having sped across the water in his infamous speedboat for lunch (yes, with Secret Service chase boats hopelessly trying to keep up). We were going to say our goodbyes when the former president asked me to accompany him upstairs to his simple office. He fired up his computer and entered an address. Howard Stern’s face popped up. The president hit some commands and a page opened with a perfectly obscene pictorial about his son. He pointed at it and then turned to me with a strained expression. “Do people really do this to people?” he asked. He couldn’t understand it. He opened a second link. More of the same, aimed at someone else (maybe himself; I can’t remember). Again the sad look. Again the question: “Why do people do this?” He opened a third one. Same question, same answer. There were those who had accused him of being hopelessly out of touch with the common man… Read full this story
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