Shun My Ride

Who’ll Be Next In Line For Heartache bush-new-hampshire-bus-door.jpg

A relative unknown came to storied New Hampshire, home of America’s crustiest voters, seeking their backing for president. He rode the back roads aboard an iconic vehicle, taking his message to the faded mill towns which spawn our presidents.

mccain-2000-bus.jpg No, not that one.

It was George Bush’s “Victory Express,” the motor-coach that carried him throughout New Hampshire in 2000.

Which Bush lost. bush-new-hampshire-bus-bush.jpg

Now the bus Bush road to defeat can be yours!

The Politico points to the exciting auction already underway on eBay, where you can own this metallic remnant of a humbler George W. Bush.

And that’s not all! There’s hardly a failed Republican presidential candidate of the last two decades, announced or otherwise, who hasn’t spent time on this doom patrol.

bush-new-hampshire-bus-alexander.jpg Alexander. bush-new-hampshire-dole.jpg Dole. bush-new-hampshire-bus-gingrich.jpg Gingrich. bush-new-hampshire-bus-pataki.jpg Pataki. bush-new-hampshire-bus-gramm.jpg Gramm. bush-new-hampshire-frist.jpg Frist. bush-new-hampsire-bus-kemp.jpg Kemp. bush-new-hampshire-bus-romney.jpg Romney.

The Loser Express’s final service to America was this year, bush-new-hampshire-bus-giuliani.jpg when it rolled to it’s final disaster as the Rudi Giuliani campaign bus.

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