George W. Bush has been out of work for some time, poor fellow. Having been without full-time employment for about fifteen months myself, I sympathize.
Bush has put the time to good use by writing a book. Apparently all the brush in Crawford had been cleared, and he had nothing else to do. The book is called Decision Points and focuses on fourteen key decisions he's made in his lifetime. It comes out in November.
I thought I'd do him a solid and start seeding the market now. Being a book flack, I thought some advance publicity was in order. So I've leaked the fourteen decisions to the press. This way the public can get an early taste of Decision Points so they'll know what to expect in the fall. The first one concerns his decision to name his dog Spot.
You'll find the other fourteen (yes, there are actually fifteen decisions--that George W. Bush is full of surprises) on The Huffington Post.