George W. Bush Essay | President Bush: A Present Day Cowboy

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of President Bush.
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President Bush: A Present Day Cowboy

Summary: Essay about U.S. President George W. Bush.
The cowboy is the quintessential American Hero. Even though the days of the true riding, roping cowboy have come and gone, there are still examples of cowboys in the modern day. One of these examples is President George W. Bush. The fact that he is from Texas helps his cowboy image, but President Bush displays traits common of all cowboys. Three of these traits are that he is a patriot, he is a good worker, and he is helpful and when anyone is in trouble lends a hand. These three traits help make President George Bush an ideal example of a cowboy.

It is not very hard to see that President Bush is a patriot. He is the leader of the United States of America. President Bush is the person that Americans look to for inspiration and leadership in times of crisis. He is...

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