You can teach an old dog new tricks

Imagine that, the George W. Bush, that the left never tires of dubbing a dimwit talks about personal diplomacy in the most insightful, thoughtful manner imaginable – simple, direct and honest in this video at The Washington Free Beacon.  He relates how two years ago he began to think about ways to live life to the fullest and from that soul-searching, he picked up a paintbrush and began this new adventure.  His paintings of world leaders, a new exhibit at his presidential library in Dallas, TX, go on display today.   (CNN story here)  President Bush got inspired to paint two years ago after reading Sir Winston Churchill writings, he also mentioned another principal mentor in his life, his father, George H. Bush.   One can only guess who our current hope and change champion would list as people who inspired him…… oh wait, we know……. Frank Marshall Davis and Edward Said.

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