Just two days after Barbara Bush offered up positive remarks
on Obama's health reform package, her mother is turning on the spin machine to do Bush Family damage control.
"I think what she actually said was that she was glad that 'A bill' was passed. I think that she really didn't want to talk about politics," Laura Bush told FOX News Radio's Kilmeade and Friends
on Tuesday morning.
Although the former First Lady was slated to discuss her new memoir, 'Spoken from the Heart,' she was also busy offering a rallying cry -- albeit, a vague one -- for the family's unified stance on health care.
"She feels and like all of us do and all of us did that health care is a very important issue and it's important for us to come together," she said.
And just in case listeners didn't quite buy the defense, Mrs. Bush also provided a reminder as to her daughter's relative inexperience in media etiquette.
"She's new, as everyone knows, to doing interviews."