A few months ago, I got the chance to sit down with George.
We talked about a lot of things, from my own father to the history of the Vietnam War.
And in between we talked about the book George wrote with his friend and friend’s daughter, which was called “The Book of George.”
George was one of those great men who understood what we were feeling about the world.
He never took the politics out of it.
He didn’t say, “I’m going to vote Republican, because I’m a Democrat.”
He said, “You know, I’m not voting Republican because I think Republicans are doing the right thing.
I’m voting Republican, and I think the right way is to protect people.”
I found George’s honesty and empathy to be remarkable.
His stories, his observations, were like the poetry of a human being.
I think they captured the essence of the humanity of the human spirit.
And it is in the story of George that I got to learn about a different kind of humanity, which is what we need in this world, and why we need to be part of it, whether we are Democrats or Republicans.
When I was a child, I remember seeing an old newspaper with George on the front page.
And I remember feeling like, “Oh, my God.”
I mean, George was so smart, so eloquent, so articulate, and he was also an incredibly generous person.
He’d lend a hand if someone needed it.
And his stories, which were so compelling, were also about so many different things.
One of them was that of a man who was always searching for something better than himself.
In this book, he tells us about the years after he became a senator.
George was in a tough spot.
He was running for reelection in a state that was overwhelmingly Republican.
And the Republican governor had just pardoned a political prisoner.
He had just gotten out of jail, and George had to decide whether to run again.
So George was running to win his first election in the state of North Carolina.
He faced a tough choice.
Would he make a sacrifice for his country, and for his party, to save his seat, or would he risk losing it?
The book makes it clear that George made the choice he did.
He said he was going to run for re-election because he was looking for a way to change the direction of the country.
The book also talks about his decision to run.
He’s sitting in the Senate, facing a tough re-election, and you can see his eyes light up.
And then he says, “Listen, I really can’t do it.
I don’t have the votes.
But I will.”
George said, Well, I’ll tell you this: The first thing I’ve done is I’m going back and doing what I was doing before.
And, you know, the second thing I did is I’ve been working on this book.
I’ve worked on it for four years.
I wrote it, and it was finally done.
But it was done when I was in that situation, and then it had to be written, and when it was written, it had been written for me.
It was written for myself.
So I think he had to make a big sacrifice.
But at the same time, he was running on his own principles, and his own moral compass.
And he made that sacrifice.
And this is the story about George.
He knew that he had a chance to make this country great again, but he had also seen that there was a lot at stake.
And there are still a lot to be determined in this election.
And you can read the book for yourself.
But George was an exceptional human being, who had a way of showing you things about the human heart.
And what’s fascinating about this book is the way he did it.
This is the man who didn’t like politics, who wanted to know everything.
And yet he was so open, and so passionate about things.
And that is what makes this book so compelling.
You can find George in your local bookstore.
You could find George on your phone.
And if you wanted to learn more about George, you could find his memoirs.
And now, it’s time to find out what he was like as a person.
When he wrote his autobiography, George said he wanted to write about the people who mattered to him most, and those he trusted.
And so I think George wrote a book that is a kind of memoir of a person, which I think is powerful, because the people that mattered to George were also the people he trusted most.
And because he trusted people, he believed in the things that mattered.
He believed in something very important: He believed that it was possible to be both good and noble.
And these qualities are what made George such an outstanding man, and what made him such an extraordinary person.
But you have to remember that George