The marks and scares I carry with me

It’s always good to be reading the writings at Townhall.

Today is George W. Bush’s 68th birthday. A man who, according to his father, “faced the greatest challenge of any president since Abraham Lincoln.”

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, would disagree. 60 million dead people too.

Now here comes a clever typo. Put on your skepticals and see if you can spot it.

His presidency will be forever scared by the Sept. 11 terrorist attack and the Iraq War…

If I could weep with your tears, by God I would. I stand here before you, friends, on this auspicious occasion to announce the opening of the George W. Bush presidential library. Thank you, one and all. Situated beneath Crawford Texas’ biggest bed, the building was constructed on a foundation of chicken feathers and quaking Jell-O. It also features a water fountain that turns yellow on the hour, every hour, and emits a startling sound much like a London blitzkrieg siren. Admission: five dollars. Children and draft dodgers, free.

US President George W. Bush reacts as he tries to open a locked door after a news conference in Beijing

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