MILWAUKEE -- Itís not everyday that a presidential candidate can be endorsed by someone whose name graces a major airport: after all, Fiorello LaGuardia, John Foster Dulles, and William Hartsfield are all out of endorsement range these days.
So itís a bit of a surprise that John McCain will accept former president George H.W. Bushís imprimatur Monday morning at Houstonís William P. Hobby Airport, dowdy and outdated and preferred by low-cost carriers, instead of the shiny global hub across town: George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Hobby, a former Texas governor, has been out of office for over 80 years and dead for over 40, which means heís only slightly less likely to endorse McCain than the guy for whom Ted Stevens International Anchorage Airport is named.
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