[BOOK] Derision Points By Ted Cohen – latinboyz4play.com

Dubya still likes to call himself The Decider But a lot was decided for him This imaginative memoir reveals the real Bush from his youth He was a hard drinking ood natured lout and the last person who'd run for high office Bush was a spoiled rich brat From adolescent drunk he The Good and Beautiful God graduated to prankster frat boy at an Ivy League His famous fatherot him out of the draft He ot elected to the highest office in the world Impressive resume Stranger than fiction By the Maine reporter who busted W for drunk driving The biography covers the juvenile career of Geo W Bush his rowdy teenage behavior and drinking habits His hijinks at Yale and Harvard Dodging

BOOK Derision Points By Ted Cohen – latinboyz4play.com

Ubya never was interested in politics He had to play his part to pay his family dues This may well explain why Bush as President just did not seem to care to keep up the pretences that the world expects from its leaders Indeed we see G W Bush here as an anti hero rather than a leader Yet the author does not dwell on such theories This is a hilarious book rather than a serious one in keeping with the lightweight personality of its subject Author Ted Cohen is the Kennebunkport reporter who uncovered the story of Dubya's DUI conviction during the 2000 presidential campaign That the press did not deem to pick up on it may have swung that close election.

He draft with a little help from Congressman Poppy Bush Inside the Bush Family; mano a mano over an affair his father is having W's DUI arrest Eligible bachelor W ets engaged to a nice irl so as to be eligible for a run for Congress He loses the race but marries Laura Welch anyway W will be assisted again to rise to high office Bush comes across as a devil may care insolent youth with a rude nickname for everyone always ready to et into mischief or into a case of liuor to relieve his boredom This amusing portrait of a oaf's progress is hardly flattering but is not as unsympathetic as much of his press An ordinary kid born into a strange family


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