College Station, Texas - Eight-three-year-old, George H.W. Bush took the ultimate leap of faith that Americans believe him now as he jumped out of an airplane today strapped to a member of the U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute team. It was in celebration of the reopening of his Presidential museum. Since 2004, he has made similar such skydives, emphasized the White House in an attempt to quail rumors that his is preparing to personally lead an invasion of Iran.
Earlier this week Bush Sr. made statements contradictory to his administration's previous position not to invade Iraq. Then calling an invasion "Incalculable human and political costs would have been the result."
Now Bush Sr. publicly endorsed the current foreign policy to invade Iraq, even using the same arguments and talking points of his son.
"Hindsight is twenty-twenty," said a supporter of Bush Senior in an attempt to explain the former President's reversal of position. "Looking back now, invading Iraq was the way to go after all."
Bush Sr., back then, also made hauntingly accurate perditions as reasons why he did not invade Iraq that have since come true.
He wrote in 1996, removing Saddam would have lead to civil war in Iraq bugging down U.S. forces there for years.
All arguments and talking points of those exercising their free speech and right to decent in opposition to the Iraqi war, even by generals, have made and since and that the White House has demised as unpatriotic, even non-supportive of the troops.
Bush Sr. says he is already planning his next jump for his 84th birthday, although he would not disclose the location.