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In Molly Ivins and Lou Duboses commentary Shrub the author outlines George W Bushs political life from his days as an oil entrepreneur in Midland working for corporations and becoming the governor of Texas The overall purpose of Molly Ivins is to give the future president a background of what he has done in Texas that would make it scary to the next leader of the free world In the introduction Ivins suggests The first is to look at the record The second is to look at the record And third look at the record One of the first accountable and mysterious records was when Bush was able to fly F-102s in the Texas Air National Guard He was assigned to one of the safest plane missions to deter himself from going to Vietnam Unlike some of the poor children and with the development of Project 100000 to accept Southern black children to participate in the war the powerful and wealthy people in the state of Texas prevented the rich young males from going to Vietnam Despite Bushs lowest score on the pilots test he was selected from 150 out of a waiting list of 100000 people applying for the position However despite the minimum scores junior used the name Bush effectively because his father was a Congressman for Texas Bush Jr also ran for Texas Congressional seat However all plans were broken after one of his volunteers goofed up by running a Bush Bash political rally The bash was to invite college students at Texas Tech to vote for Bush by giving away free alcoholic beverages George W Bush was involved in oil business in Texas Molly Ivins sums up what Mr Bush has done he had actually failed but still rewarded for the mistakes he has committed For example when Bush struck oil and founded Arbusto Energy Company he had around fifty investors put in 47 million but lost most of the amount
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