Isn't that a bare-chested George W. Bush cavorting with Saigon bar girls in 1972? And who knew that the leader of the free world once worked as a Rolling Stones roadie? Or hung out with Andy Warhol's Pop Art crowd? It's all laid out in a lavish photo spread and accompanying text in a national magazine now on the newsstands.
The August issue of GQ has scored the mock scoop of this Bush-baiting summer -- and toyed with the conventions of straightforward magazine photojournalism in the process. The piece and its presentation once again raise touchy issues of fairness and full disclosure in political humor, touched off earlier this year by Michael Moore's film "Fahrenheit 9/11." This latest media stunt also invites everyone to lighten up and go along with the joke.
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