By Advocate.com Editors
Originally published on Advocate.com November 14 2010 12:55 PM ET
While on a book tour promoting his new memoir, Decision Points, President George W. Bush on Saturday told a crowd of 3,000 supporters that he doesn't miss much about the White House — except the perks.
Appearing at an event in The Villages, a Florida retirement community northwest of Orlando, the former president said he had grown accustomed to the "pampering," including the convenience of Air Force One and never having to sit in traffic, according to the Associated Press.
Of any substantive executive roles, Bush said he missed being commander in chief of the U.S. military.
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