Of course “W” fan Matt Drudge is first to crow over how wonderful our immediate past president was, with some exclusive revelations from Bush’s new book on his consistently conservative Drudge Report:
“It was a simple question, ‘Can you remember the last day you didn’t have a drink?'”
So begins President George W. Bush in the opening chapter ["Quitting”] from the most anticipated book of the season, the DRUDGE REPORT can reveal. With Decision Points set for release November 9, Bush pulls back the curtain with a strikingly personal work that takes very few shots at his critics.
The former president even stays clear of Obama!
From 911’s “Day of Fire” to “Katrina” to “Financial Crisis”, Bush explains how he returned to his faith, time and time again.
And the faith of others.
The president details how he bonded with Crown Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia — and a magical bird!
Arriving angry at Bush’s Texas ranch over the president’s position on Israel and Ramallah, Abdullah quickly decided he wanted to leave.
But the prince spots a turkey on the road — and takes it as a good omen, a sign from Allah!
The president reveals he gave the order to shoot down planes on September 11 — and at first thought the plane in PA had been shot down.
In the chapter “Stem Cells”, Bush describes receiving a letter from Nancy Reagan detailing a “wrenching family journey”.
But ultimately, Bush writes: “I did feel a responsibility to voice my pro-life convictions and lead the country toward what Pope John Paul II called a culture of life.” …
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