What’s Your Question for Laura Bush?
Since leaving the White House, former First Lady Laura Bush has spoken out loud and clear on a number of issues. On Tuesday, November 30, she’ll speak her mind on ASI Radio. If you have your own burning question, now’s the time to share it.
Send your question to firstname.lastname@example.org by 2 p.m. this Friday and we might read it on the air – or ask you to call in and ask it yourself.
The subject possibilities are endless, from education, Afghanistan and women’s health care to life after politics and her hankering for grandkids. I’m sure you can think of plenty of questions for one of America’s most popular First Ladies.
The radio interview will advance Bush’s free keynote at the ASI show in Dallas Friday, February 18. Her speech, “Life in the White House,” is being co-sponsored by Pepco Poms (asi/77280). Early admission and a special meet-and-greet limited to 50 people are also available.
No question about it, the former White House occupants are hot topics these days, coming on the heels of both their books: “Spoken from the Heart” (hers) and “Decision Points.” On November 14, George and Laura Bush appeared together on “60 Minutes” and discussed everything from weapons of mass destruction to jigsaw puzzles.
Tune in November 30 to listen to our interview with Laura Bush online at www.asicentral.com/radio. And send in those questions now.