Bush library to mark a milestone today

Bush library to mark a milestone today

After months of work, the last piece of the frame on the George W. Bush Presidential Center -- an approximately 20-foot-long steel beam -- will be lifted by crane and placed at the tallest point of the building, over what will become Freedom Hall, a light-filled space topped with a lantern-shaped roof that will glow at night.

Read more: http://www.star-telegram.com/2011/10/02/3413553/bush-library-to-mark-a-milestone.html

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Yuck!

Half the faculty at SMU don't want this "library" because it will include a policy institute which is just another front for conservatives to propagandize from. Bush was a war criminal - he suspended compliance with the Geneva Conventions - doing who knows what kind of damage to US troops in the field. This library is a monument to arrogance and stupidity!

This is why

This crap is why I gave up on lisnews.org a long time ago. I pop back in once a year or so only to find this nonsense.

See you in 2012

Suprisingly little

There has been surprisingly little of this on here. Instead of running off like a little kid why don't you raise the level of the discussion? Find a story that truly interest you and give some real comments to that story.

Well

Is the steel beam something saved from the Pentagon or WTC? Seems like something he'd want for his 'Freedom' Hall

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