So, the Bushes Are "Househunting"?

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According to the New York Daily News today, President Bush ain't none too happy with the housing prices in his once and future hometown. Notes Tom DeFrank on the paper's D.C. blog, George W. has ...

... been muttering about the spike in real estate prices in Dallas since he and Laura sold their house in North Dallas and moved to the Governor’s Mansion in Austin in 1995. The First Lady was in Dallas last month for some discreet househunting, and her report back wasn’t comforting about what it will cost to keep a former president in semi-retired style. “The housing slump hasn’t reached Dallas yet,” he’s been ruefully reporting to sympathetic associates.

There's always Sherman-Denison, holmes. Or, better yet, Tulsa. --Robert Wilonsky

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