The official launch of George W. Bush's book, 41: A Portrait of My Father at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center on Veterans Day made audiences across the country look at the Bush dynasty of public servants as a quirky, loving American family in a rare public pairing of father-son presidents.

The crowd filled with laughs, cheers, whoops and even an “oops” when former President George H.W. Bush uttered the infamous line, “Read my lips: no new taxes.”

HOUSTON -- If by chance you happen to come across George H.W. Bush and he has on a pair of outrageously colored or mismatched socks, don't worry -- the octogenarian former president isn't losing his marbles.

George H.W. Bush pumped his fists and grinned at spectators Sunday moments after he safely parachuted from 13,500 feet above College Station.

Former President George H.W. Bush smiles Monday while standing in front of a freshly unveiled portrait of him and his son, President George W. Bush, in the rotunda of the Bush Presidential Library and Conference Center. The only other father-son presidential duo, John Adams and John Quincy A…