Bush Funeral Provides “New Yorker” Feel Good Moment

Bush Funeral Provides “New Yorker” Feel Good Moment

The National Cathedral provided the perfect venue to say goodbye to our 41st President George H. W. Bush. The eulogists, including his son our 43rd President, told stories filled with humor, sadness, honor and courage. Ronan Tynan and the choirs lifted our nation up with their voices. The military personnel were squared away. The clergy gave us hope. Apparently, The New Yorker Magazine writer Susan B. Glasser thought she was reviewing a movie. Glasser titled her article “George H. W. Bush’s Funeral Was the Corny, Feel-Good Moment That Washington Craves” and that is the high point of the article. For The New Yorker, the Bush Funeral was an opportunity to insult our current President and average Americans.

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