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The Yellow in this spiritual portrait represents Bush's preference for facts over ideas. In Extraverts, the dominant function is directed outwardly, and spiritual portraits use a long vertical line to represent this. This preference explains why he would choose to study business at Harvard, and his very practical desire to cut taxes.

The Green in this spiritual portrait represents Bush's preference for logic over emotion. In Extraverts, the auxiliary function is directed inwardly and is less evident than the dominant function. This preference explains his willingness to wage wars in foreign countries with the goal of protecting American interests, because an idealist would probably seek more peaceful solutions.

43rd President of the USA — Jan. 20, 2001 to Jan. 20, 2009

This frequently-referenced article at slate.com claims that George W. Bush is an ESTP, and that ....

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This frequently-referenced article at slate.com claims that George W. Bush is an ESTP, and that seems reasonable. As is the case with other recent presidents, however, searching the internet can lead to finding results with differing opinions.

This leaves us to decide – or not – what we want to believe for our own selves.

The article mentioned previously also claims that [ESTPs] are a common presidential type: Both Roosevelts, JFK, and LBJ were ESTPs.

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