Director of the CIA and forty-first President of the United States


George H. W. Bush - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"George Herbert Walker Bush, GCB, (born June 12, 1924) was the 41st President of the United States (1989-1993). Previously, he had served as a U.S. congressman from Texas (1967-1971), ambassador to the United Nations (1971-1973), Republican National Committee chairman (1973-1974), Chief of the U.S. Liaison Office in the People's Republic of China (1974-1976), Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (1976-1977), Chairman of the First International Bank in Houston (1977-1980), and the 43rd Vice President of the United States under President Ronald Reagan (1981-1989). ..."


Machiavelli and U.S. Politics, Part 3: Lies and Appearances, by Lawrence M. Ludlow, 19 Aug 2005
"He was not held accountable for meddling in the 1991 dispute between Iraq and Kuwait over the Kuwaiti practice of slant-drilling to siphon off Iraqi oil. He was not held accountable for backing the sanctions that caused the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children in the 1990s."
Under the Shadow of Inflationomics, by Hans Sennholz, Mises Daily, 1 Jun 2006
"President George Herbert Walker Bush resolutely returned to Keynesian formulas of spending and happily continued the budget deficits. During his first year in office (1989) his administration enjoyed a $152 billion deficit, in its last year (1993) a $255 billion shortage."