Wouldn’t George W. Bush make an awesome high-school government teacher?
Well, dude, I don’t think he’d be an awesome or even a bitchin’ high-school government teacher, although he’d probably be better at that than he has been as President.
Wouldn’t it be something if his post-presidential life would up being that kind of post-service service?
Wouldn’t it be something if K-Lo actually read and corrected what she wrote?
Who needs Harvard visiting chairs and high-end lectures? How about Crawford High? (Or wherever?)
Please, someone, think of the children. (The Harvard undergrads can probably protect themselves.)
Reach out and touch the young before they are jaded, or break them of the cynicism pop culture and possibly their parents have passed down to them.
Sure, great idea. Mr. Twenty-Nine Percent is just the guy to break high-school kids of cynicism.
Whatever you think of President Bush, he’s a likable guy in love with his country with some history and experience to share.
He could share his theories of the unitary executive, the best “enhanced interrogation techniques,” and preferred methods for shredding the Bill of Rights into tiny little pieces. I have a better idea for his “post-service service.” He should just disappear to Crawford and STFU. Other suggestions for his “post-service service” are welcome in the comments.