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Bush's Visit To USC: An Observation

Kristy Plaza |
November 18, 2013 | 4:30 p.m. PST


George W. Bush, the 43rd president, is visiting USC on November 19, 2013.

Bush is taking time out of his very busy schedule to come and talk to USC students. I wonder: What does he have to share with us?

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Perhaps he will provide advice for those who want to start their political career. Maybe he wants to share all of his stories of being president. Think of all the crazy times he had talking to foreign diplomats, world leaders, U.S. representatives and the people of our fine nation...

If he's feeling up to it, he might tell us some secrets: the kind that we could go to jail for!

Whatever it is that he will be speaking about, it is sure to cause excitement in the USC community. But what are the positives of Bush speaking? What are the negatives? How should we feel about his visit?

As for myself, I can't wait to hear what he says. I'm sure it will be riveting yet amusing. 

If you are unsure, here are some pros and cons about his visit. You decide if this is a great opportunity or a massive fail:


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