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FILE - In this June 16, 2012 file photo, former President George W. Bush smiles as he takes in a baseball game in Arlington, Texas. The Rangers won 8-3. Sarah Palin and George W. Bush won’t be in Tampa. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Al Gore aren’t making the trip to Charlotte. And scores of other Republican and Democratic stars are taking a pass as their parties gather at every-four-years national conventions. The reasons are varied _ and political. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)
President George H.W. Bush, in a letter recently sent to Vernon Parker, lent his name and support to Vernon Parker’s campaign for Congress in Arizona’s newly created Congressional District 9 (CD-9).
President George W. Bush visits the East Valley to raise funds for Sen. John McCain.
FILE- This Nov. 11, 2000 file photo shows then Republican presidential candidate Texas Gov. George W. Bush and running mate Dick Cheney walk down a dirt road to meet with reporters, followed by Bush's dog Spot, near Crawford, Texas. For the new book “Pets at the White House,” Dallas author Jennifer Boswell Pickens interviewed everyone from first family members to White House staffers to give readers a glimpse at what life is like at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. for pets and what those pets have meant to their famous owners. (AP Photo/Eric Draper, file)
U.S. President George W. Bush congratulates a group of Vietnamese performers Monday, Nov. 20, 2006, following a presentation at the Ho Chi Minh Museum in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
WASHINGTON - As Yasser Arafat was buried, President Bush raised hopes Friday for a Middle East peace and the creation of an independent Palestinian state within four years, suggesting decades of distrust and frustration could be altered by the change of Palestinian leadership.
Former President George W. Bush waves to a jogger as he drives by on the way to his new residence in Dallas, Friday, Feb. 20, 2009. A month after leaving the White House, former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, moved into their new Dallas home Friday.
US President George W. Bush, right, looks on after his arrival in New Delhi, India, Wednesday.
President George W. Bush poses for a picture Monday after speaking at Pueblo El Mirage RV and Golf Resort.
U.S. President George W. Bush, left, the Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, and the Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic, center, meet in the castle in Bratislava, Slovakia, Thursday.
U.S. President George W. Bush, right, meets with French President Jacques Chirac in Brussels, Belgium, Monday.
President George W. Bush, left, walks with Canada\'s Prime Minister Paul Martin at the Parliament Building before their meeting in Ottawa, Canada, Tuesday.
.S. President George W. Bush carry a platter of turkey and fixings as he visits U.S. troops for Thanksgiving in Baghdad Thursday.
U.S. President George W. Bush, left, and Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko, center, listen for the national anthem of the United States, at an official welcoming ceremony in Kiev, Ukraine, on Tuesday, April 1, 2008.
Russian President Vladimir Putin talks with US President George W Bush, as leaders of the G8 nations, attend a working session in the Konstantinovsky Palace in St.Petersburg, Russia, Sunday July 16, 2006.
President George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush arrive in New Orleans at the U.S. Naval Air Station for a two-day visit to hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast, Monday.
U.S. President George W. Bush, left, waits for the start of the Working Session of the NATO-Ukraine Commission Tuesday in Istanbul, Turkey. Sitting behind Bush is U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, right.
WASHINGTON - Talk about an inconvenient truth. Al Gore finally won his place in the Oval Office on Monday - right next to George W. Bush. Forever linked by the closest and craziest presidential race in history, the two men were reunited by, of all things, White House tradition.
DALLAS - A month after leaving the White House, former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, moved into their new Dallas home Friday.
Terrorist attacks like the recent train bombings in Spain show that the world is too dangerous to trust to indecisive leaders, Vice President Dick Cheney said as he championed the re-election of President Bush on Monday in Phoenix.
All he wanted to do was watch baseball and drink beer all day. Sounds like a reasonable request. Instead, George W. Bush ended up being chosen as leader of the free world. Twice.
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court sided with the Bush administration Friday on an electronic surveillance issue, making it easier to tap into Internet phone calls and broadband transmissions.
BOSTON - Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, Democratic titan and patriarch of the country's most enduring political dynasty, told the party faithful Tuesday night that America can only reclaim its greatness by denying President Bush a second term.