Ted Widmer reviews Kitty Kelley's The Family for The New York Times Book Review and reminds us that the Bushes are a real class act:
As president, Kelley says, [Bush the Elder] had an African statuette (male) in his private bathroom, and you can guess what anatomical protuberance he hung the toilet paper on.
Widmer also notes that, according to Kelley, our current president "hung a Confederate flag in his prep school dorm room," and that W's grandfather, Prescott Bush, had
"pernicious habit of fooling" (which led him to concoct an extravagant tale of heroism in a publicized letter from the front in World War I....)
(Phony bravery? I'd say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, except for the fact that Prescott later apologized.)