"Decision Points" by President Bush, will you read it?

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Will you be reading "Decision Points"?

Poll closed Nov 12, 2010.
  1. Yes, I'm half out the door to purchase it

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  2. Yes, as soon as my intelligent friends lend it to me

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  3. Yes, as soon as the library has a copy

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  4. No, I love to remain in the dark

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  1. JenT
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    JenT God lead our troops

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    Coming to a shelf near you.


    Read a sample:

    [ame=http://www.amazon.com/Decision-Points-George-W-Bush/dp/0307590615/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1289431733&sr=8-1]Amazon.com: Decision Points (9780307590619): George W. Bush: Books: Reviews, Prices & more[/ame]
     
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    Heard George on Rush, in part, good interview. I'll definitely read the Book.
     
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    In the video at that link, Bush says:

    "When I sat down to write my memoirs, I decided to take an untraditional approach. Rather than provide an exhaustive chronological account of my life and years in office, I wanted to give readers a glimpse of the presidency from my perspective, that meant focusing on the most demanding and important part of the job, making decisions. The book opens with a personal decision: quitting drinking at age 40, a decision I could not have made without faith."


    wow...

    "Presidential decisions are shaped by the people around you, so I include a chapter on how I selected the senior members of my cabinet and white house staff..."


    Good luck with that one, Barack
     

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