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post #16 of 21
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It does seem however, now that the success of his foreign policy is being acknowledged by many of those on the other side of the aisle, that almost any excuse from dress to the inability to say nuclear provides fodder for disparagement. Enough, I say.
It's still ugly.
post #17 of 21
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This article seems to indicate, the picture comes from the Black Tie and Boots Ball held the day before the 2001 inauguration.  
Actually, that sounds right. l vaguely remember reading that in the paper. l have the article on file somewhere but l can't find it.
post #18 of 21
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l have saved this picture as my wall paper. lt's a pity he never wore his coyboy hat with his suit.
post #19 of 21
Not withstanding a certain personal bias of the left I commend Mr.Bush for showing up in such an outfit, and pose in a manner. No one else has the audacity nor inherent skill to breach a sartorial rule like him.
post #20 of 21
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This article seems to indicate, the picture comes from the Black Tie and Boots Ball held the day before the 2001 inauguration.  Note the first lady's dress is the same.
Proof, I'd say.
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Originally Posted by Alexander Kabbaz,Mar. 13 2005,09:22
It does seem however, now that the success of his foreign policy is being acknowledged by many of those on the other side of the aisle, that almost any excuse from dress to the inability to say nuclear provides fodder for disparagement. Enough, I say.
Oh Alex, we were disparaging his dress and errors of pronunication well before that. Happy Monday.
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