Skip to comments.Brian Kilmeade: The most attractive First Lady in the history of all first ladies.
Posted on 12/22/2003 9:58:03 AM PST by ConservativeMan55
"We went to the White House Christmas Party."
"Did the President recognize you?"
"No. But the First Lady did. You know what. I'm going to say this. Laura Bush is the most attractive first lady we have ever had in the history of all first ladies. She even beats out Martha Washington."
"I agree. She is freaking hot."
"She's lost a lot of weight. If this First Lady thing doesn't work out I am sure she could be a model somewhere."
. . . . .
Laura Bush kicks off the National Book Festival Gala Friday, October 11, 2002 at the Library of Congress. Said Mrs. Bush, "Books are not just for reading - they are for sharing, and talking about. A good book draws us back again - we want to remember the scenes and revisit the characters. Finishing a book is like saying good-bye to an old friend; we need support groups for that. That's why book clubs were invented." White House photo by Susan Sterner.
Mrs. Jolanta Kwasniewska, First Lady of Poland, and Laura Bush look at art in the Green Room during the State Visit honoring Poland Wednesday, July 17, 2002. White House photo by Susan Sterner.
Laura Bush hosts a coffee for Alma Adamkus, wife of the President of Lithuania, Thursday, January 17, 2002. White House Photo by Susan Sterner.
Laura Bush talks with members of the 101st Airborne at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Known as "The Screaming Eagles," this airborne division took part in the largest airborne assault of World War II and also served in Vietnam. Surrounded by the soldiers, Mrs. Bush shares a turkey dinner with them Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2001. White House photo by Tina Hager.
Laura Bush is saluted by Capt. Bob Liggett, right, as she boards the USS Shiloh stationed in San Diego Friday, March 23, 2001. White House photo by Paul Morse.
A military mom waits to greet Laura Bush with a special message during Mrs. Bush's visit to Ft. Jackson, South Carolina Tuesday, May 8, 2001. "President Bush also joins me in saying 'thank you' to our nation's military personnel for your service. We deeply appreciate the sacrifices you make for our nation...and the pride and honor you bring to our Armed Services," Mrs. Bush said during a Troop to Teachers rally. White House photo by Paul Morse.
President George W. Bush and Laura Bush attend a dinner for NATO leaders hosted by the Czech Republic at Prague Castle in Prague, Czech Republic Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse.
Mrs. Bush waves to members of the media and onlookers as she walks with Kiyoko Fukuda following a lunch and tea ceremony at Akasaka Palace Monday, February 18, 2002 in Tokyo. White House photo by Susan Sterner.
Mrs. Bush and Madame Wang, wife of Chinese President Jiang Zemin, walk from a welcoming tea ceremony at Yuan Dian Hall to lunch in the Xiang Yi Dian Hall in the Zhongnanhai compound Friday, February 22, 2002 in Beijing. White House photo by Eric Draper.
Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Kwasniewska stand together during the South Lawn ceremony at which the national anthems for both countries were performed and their husbands reviewed the troops. White House photo by Susan Sterner.
Laura Bush visits with Suzanne Mubarak, First Lady of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Monday, March 4, 2002. White House photo by Susan Sterner.
President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush arrive at the Pageant of Peace to light the National Christmas Tree at the Ellipse in Washington DC on Thursday December 4, 2003. White House photo by Paul Morse.
Laura Bush jokes with some children of embassy employees at the American Center in Vilnius, Lithuania Saturday, November 23, 2002. White House photo by Susan Sterner.
Laura Bush stands between the First Lady of Poland Jolenta Kwasneiska, third right, and First Lady of the Czech Republic , Dagmar Havlova, third left, as other spouses to NATO heads of state line up for a photo-op prior to a luncheon hosted by Dagmar Havlova at a Presidential retreat outside Prague. White House photo by Susan Sterner.
Mrs. Bush and an interpreter listen as Princess Hisako Takamado reads a book she has written, "Katie and the Dream-Eater", to students at Akashi Elementary School, Monday, February, 18, 2001. White House photo by Susan Sterner.
Mrs. Bush talks with Madame Lee Hee-ho, First Lady of the Republic of Korea, during a tea at Chong Wa Dae (The Blue House) Wednesday, February 20, 2002 in Seoul, Korea. White House photo by Susan Sterner.
Laura Bush shares a light moment with Ludmila Putina, wife of Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin, in the Red Room of the White House the Saturday, October 12, 2002 prior to the opening ceremony of the Second Annual National Book Festival. White House photo by Susan Sterner.
Laura Bush and Ludmila Putina, wife of Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin, stroll across the lawn of the Capitol visiting the tents of authors and story tellers at the Second Annual National Book Festival Saturday, October 12, 2002. White House photo by Susan Sterner.
Laura Bush applauds at the end of a reading by renowned children's author and illustrator, Eric Carle, Saturday, October 12, 2002 at the Second Annual National Book Festival on the held on the west side of the Capitol. White House photo by Susan Sterner.
Ludmila Putina, wife of Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin, and Laura Bush meet in the Yellow Oval Room following the opening ceremonies for the Second Annual National Book Festival. Mrs. Bush invited Mrs. Putin to the Book Festival following a visit to a children's library in Moscow last Spring. Mrs. Putin is interested in hosting a book festival in Russia. White House photo by Susan Sterner.
Sharon O'Brien, James Hope Caldwell Professor of American Cultures and professor of English and American studies, spoke in the White House's East Wing on Sept. 17 during the Women of the West Authors Symposium. First Lady Laura Bush was also at the event providing opening and closing remarks.
Laura Welch Bushs Inaugural Gown The gown Laura Welch Bush wore to the Inaugural Balls in 2001 was created by Michael Faircloth, a Dallas, Texas designer. The gown is made of red Chantilly lace and silk satin with crystal beading. Elegant and striking, it has long sleeves, a scoop neck and a full skirt.
First Lady Laura Bush, March 8, 2002
This image is so big that I decided I would let you decide whether you wanted to click on it. I tried to get it down to size with no luck.
Another big image that you can decide for yourself if you'd like to click on it.
One last HUGE picture. You can decide whether you want to click on it.
Ok..I lied. One more picture! There were so many pictures! I couldn't get them all on this thread! There are tons!
What's up with that?
"Putina" is the feminine variant of "Putin" - it's the same name.
Who's Brian Kilmeade?
Feature by feature, Laura is the prettiest First Lady we've ever had, but what makes her most attractive is her inner beauty.
Jackie was mostly hype, and Camelot a total crock. Laura and her husband have a REAL love affair going......
Why, what would you do with such a picture. Perhaps you have her confused with Terry Clark.
I guess it's a matter of taste. I have never understood what the attraction was to Jackie Kennedy. Even when I was a little girl, I didn't see her as very pretty at all.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.