As Bob Harris says The past is Prologue.
Without it none of us can be who and where we are today and many change their ways more then once as they navigate through life. Others do not appear to change their core at all. They hold to their basic character and behavior from beginning to end. This is not necessarily good or bad but different for each individual. Some of these are your neighbors, some are your ministers, some are in jail and some are presidents (R):
I am looking at a photo of the George W. Bush that you’ve probably never seen before. It’s a sports-action close-up of him at Yale, over a caption written prophetically by a fellow undergraduate more than 30 years ago: “George Bush delivers illegal, but gratifying right hook to opposing ball carrier.”The Apostropher suggests that the picture of bush
Never mind that this is a rugby game, alien to most Americans, and that the caption writer’s assessment wasn’t political. I think it explains one reason why Bush hasn’t slid in the polls since John Kerry reported for duty: He owes more than a little something to the “bad boy” vote that no pollster captures as well as this photo and caption do.
..provides photographic evidence that Bush was already a cheap shot artist years before you ever heard of him.Go look for yourself, read Bob Harris’ post and Jim Sleepers column in the LA Times (link above), and make your own decision.