I’ve always admired bush (hee hee hee!).

Bush, Hillary Clinton dubbed America’s most admired people: poll
WASHINGTON (AFP) – US President George W. Bush and Senator Hillary Clinton, the wife of former president Bill Clinton, are the people Americans admire most, according to a poll.
Bush was deemed the most admired man by 29 percent of the Americans surveyed, according to the CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll. He was followed by US Secretary of State Colin Powell and Pope John Paul II, each with four percent of the vote.
Sitting US presidents regularly top the list of admired men, but the same does not always hold true for first ladies.
Hillary Clinton was the leading lady for 16 percent of poll respondents, while First Lady Laura Bush came in third, with six percent of the vote — just behind US talk-show diva Oprah Winfrey, with seven percent.
It marked Clinton’s second year in a row as America’s most admired woman. Laura Bush enjoyed that distinction in 2001.
The December 5-7 poll of some 1,004 adults has a margin of error of three percentage points.