George Herbert Walker Bush was the 41st President of the United States of America. He is responsible for creating the second greatest man on earth, George W. Bush. (The first is obviously Stephen Colbert.)
Late in his term, he became an unofficial spokesman for Halcyon.
In late 2006, upon the death of Gerald Ford, Bush became the current holder of the Ronald Reagan Oldest Living President Award. Even if Jimmy Carter is older, it doesn't matter, because no award bearing the great name of Reagan will ever, EVER be held by a Democrat.
George H. W. Bush is also one of the greatest presidents of all times, because he shares a last as well as a first name and may or may not be related to the greatest president of all time George W. Bush.
Special Place In The Hearts Of ArabsEdit
In 1990, he inspired his son's later great crusade by bringing freedom to Iraq for two weeks. He would have gone all the way through Baghdad, but the following year Bill Clinton became so annoying that Bush decided one term was enough. Despite this setback, he assured himself an everlasting place in the average Arab's heart by sending thousands of them to heaven.
Recognizing His WW2 HeroismEdit