WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former U.S. President George W. Bush has undergone surgery for a partial replacement of his left knee, six weeks after having a similar procedure on his right knee, his spokesman said on Monday.
No less a source than FIVE THIRTY EIGHT DOT COM reports that Greatest Living President George W. Bush is on the rebound: “Since April, Bush’s favorable rating has averaged 49.3 percent. His unfavorable rating has averaged 46.3 percent.”
In case you hadn’t noticed, the Obama administration has aggressively countered Vladimir Putin’s actions in Ukraine by creating a new Twitter hashtag:
You may have seen reports yesterday that Hillary Clinton “dodged” a shoe throw at her during a speech in Las Vegas. Here’s the New York Daily News: ”Hillary Clinton dodges a shoe thrown at her while giving Las Vegas speech.” Here’s the Chicago Tribune: “Hillary Clinton dodges shoe during Las Vegas speech.” Here’s E! online: “Hillary Clinton Dodges Shoe Thrown by Woman in Las Vegas—Watch Now!” Indeed, let us watch now:
Beloved former President George W. Bush continues to improve as a painter, honing a unique style that is at once hyper-realistic and daringly abstract, seeming to transcend the natural world. Bush’s portraits exude the personality of his subjects, and offer a rare glimpse into the soul of the man behind the brush.
Bush will be unveiling more than twenty portraits of world leaders as part of a new exhibit at Southern Methodist University, titled: “The Art of Leadership: A President’s Personal Diplomacy.” It looks fantastic. See for yourself (photos via Associated Press):