Whatever the varied opinions of his presidency may be, George W. Bush is undoubtedly a good man. He's worked hard to stay out of the limelight in the years since his tenure as leader of the free world ended, but here's a glimpse into the work he and his lovely wife Laura have been doing of late. Below, a video of highlights from their trip to build a cervical cancer clinic in Zambia:
Pretty inspiring to see the former most powerful man in the world willing to roll up his sleeves and get splattered with paint while he helps some of the least fortunate make their lives better. Like his politics or not, you have to admit that he's providing a wonderful example of generosity and compassion.
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