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Is that really a royal blue? That was a very popular color for the last several years on news anchors and their political talking heads, even local newsmen and sportscasters wore them. Now I see the Duchamp tie look is starting to become trendy.
And I thought Hillary wore pants suits, not skirts?
I think cebe's comment is probably correct. Bush doesn't seem like the sort of person to obsess over tie choice, and the blue really isn't a bad look for him anyway. And if your daughter gets you a tie, you pretty much have to wear it at least once, even if you know it looks hideous.
I remember watching an episode of "Brothers & Sisters" and one of Robert McCallister's aides shows him a several ties before making a public appearance and he rejects the powder blue tie as being too Democrat. This was funny, because I have noticed Democrats wearing light blue ties for quite some time. How many times has Barack worn one? Edwards? Bush wears them as well but I would have to say powder blue ties lean to the left.