President Bush is unpopular most everywhere in the nation, but tomorrow he'll be the toast of the town at the Union League on South Broad Street.
Bush is scheduled
to attend the unveiling of his portrait, a grand tradition at the club, which has a gallery displaying paintings of every Republican president since Abraham Lincoln. The artist is Mark Carder.
Usually, the portraits
are painted and unveiled after a president leaves office, but Bush has already sat for his - and he is to be in town for the 109th Army-Navy football game at Lincoln Financial Field.
It will be the third
Army-Navy contest Bush has attended as president.