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As you may know, the Houston Texans cheerleaders are my favorite. They’re a fun bunch of ladies who aren’t afraid to Fandango on the Internet between the Monday Fandango was cool and the Monday he was violently ruined.Here they are hanging out with the 41st President of the United States, George H.W. Bush, and his amazing, amazing socks. Look at those things. I bet even Derrick Bateman doesn’t own socks that patriotic.President George H.W. Bush recently spent some time with the Houston Texans Cheerleaders and a few photos and videos were snapped. The former President was on hand to present roses to the newest selected 2013-2014 Houston Texans Cheerleaders. The President presented each of the 35 girls with a red rose, and also had time to thank the ones who visited him while he was in the hospital recently. (via Next Impulse Sports)All political preferences and discussion aside, this is sweet. Here’s the follow-up picture, featuring George making a perfectly reasonable face to be ...
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President George H.W. Bush recently spent some time with the Houston Texans Cheerleaders and a few photos and videos were snapped. The former President was on hand to present roses to the newest selected 2013-2014 Houston Texans Cheerleaders. The President presented each of the 35 girls with a red rose, and also had time to thank the ones who visited him while he was in the hospital...
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We don’t know if this is something to take to draft day, but is intriguing none the less.
A couple of months ago, the Houston Texans cheerleading team made a special trip to visit former president George H.W. Bush in the hospital.
Back on Tuesday, Bush (seen in a wheelchair) decided to reward the squad for their visit by offering each of them a rose during an event at the Reliant Stadium practice facility.
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This is why I used to want to the the President; not because I wanted to make a difference in the world, have an impact on society, or make sure that history knew my name. I wanted to be able to retire after the four longest years of my life and enjoy making appearances like the one former President George H.W. Bush got to make.
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The 41st President of the United States, George H. W. Bush, presented roses to the 34 women who officially made the Houston Texans cheerleaders squad on Wednesday. Bush, who has been hospitalized due to bronchitis and other symptoms for the past two months in Houston, wore his RG3-like socks.
HT: The Big Lead
President George H.W. Bush made Houston his home after leaving office way back when in 1993 and our 41st Commander-in-Chief was asked the Houston Texans to take moment out of his retirement by unveiling the organization’s new cheerleading squad. Needless to say, he was damn excited about it. Those are some friggin fancy and patriotic socks. But he’s a President, so he can do...
George H.W. Bush might be 88 years old, but the man still has some serious swagger. Check him out with the Houston Texans cheerleaders, rocking his American flag socks.