By DP Fleming, D Pressing News Senior Reporter
Rather than a traditional autobiography, former President George W. Bush has written* a book, a "memtalwar" about the major thinking times in his life. The book, Decidering Pointes will be reviewed as soon as the finger paintings dry and certain lines are redrawn to specific numbers.
KidDoodle Publishers said: "... he has spent almost every day drawing Decidering Pointes, a strikingly subjective and almost understandable account revealing why he became president instead of a crossing guard and how he turned an oil company bankruptcy into an inconsequential presidency."
The book will sell for $59.99 with a limited number of signed copies with original coloring within the lines, and connect the dots pictures of "camping and stuff", in cloth-bound copies.
* written defined as "...havin' a few beers with this writer-guy who wrote stuff I said and stuff." -- GWB.