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Mount Vernon Director James Rees said the term "presidential library" could mislead people into believing that the Mount Vernon library will receive federal funding, as modern presidential libraries do through their association with the National Archives.
Larger than life political figures giving new meaning to the term presidential material.
But the catch was that President Bush made clear his interpretation of the legislation in a signing statement, reserving what he described as his presidential constitutional authority to avoid further terrorist attacks, which would include the use of torture if necessary.
He will continue to campaign, that he never believed that it was particularly helpful to go to Washington and inject what they call presidential politics into this process.
But in fact, if you explore American history you will find that at crucial moments we have been startlingly dependent on having a chief executive who demonstrates what I call presidential courage — the bravery and wisdom to risk his popularity, even his life, for a vital, larger cause.