First Father: Tough Times on Sidelines - New York Times"...he likens himself to a Little League father whose kid is having a rough game." Little League? How crass, how insensitive, how fucking blind and stupid.
These are distressing days for the Bush family patriarch, only the second former president in American history, after John Adams, to see his son take the White House. At 83, he finds it tough to watch his son get criticized from the sidelines; often, he likens himself to a Little League father whose kid is having a rough game. And like the proud and angry Little League dad who cannot help but yell at the umpire, sometimes he just cannot help getting involved.
People are dead and others are cruelly maimed because of the actions of this deluded fool's son. The Constitution is in tatters. Nothing good has come to this country as a result of this presidency, and the old man's feelings are hurt.
What the hell kind of father were you, Mr. Bush?