Next Job for W?

Mission accomplished.

Jenna Bush told Larry King that her father might like to be Baseball Commissioner after leaving the White House. Given the President’s controversial  investment history with the Texas Rangers franchise that seems unlikely.

Mr. Bush loves to clear brush, so I have another suggestion: caretaker at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery, 11463 State Highway 195 at Chaparral Road, about six miles south of U.S. 190, in Killeen, TX.

It is 60 miles by road from Crawford, not an uncommon commute for Texas, and the 75 minute drive would allow plenty of time for introspection.

Of course, maybe the 4th Infantry Division at nearby Foot Hood could insert Mr. Bush by helicopter each day. They have some new  CH-47-F Chinooks. That’s more his style.

Image by Mike Licht.

6 Responses to “Next Job for W?”

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  2. 1poet4man Says:

    Yours is better than a good idea, but then again you are not a Jenna hiding behind a Bush…

    Poetman

  3. theknottyboy Says:

    His next stop should be a cell in an International Prison for War Crimes..and Cheney deserves to be his cell mate.

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