Not Prudent at That Juncture

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Following the death of President George Herbert Walker Bush at age 94, the mainstream press and the television punditariat began treating the occasion as the passing of America’s grandpa.  The narcissistic grandchildren who flew in just in time for the funeral and preferred to stay at a hotel . . .

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