Visitors leave dusty footprints on the image of Mr. Bush, who led the allied coalition in the Persian Gulf war.
An image of Mr. Bush signing papers gives way to smokestacks churning out white clouds, and children's empty swing sets.
Since many voters do not have a fixed image of Mr. Bush, the appearance allowed his more moderate foes to depict him as dangerously conservative.
What is most striking is that the image emerging of Mr. Bush as president is so indistinct.
And we don't yet know whether the image of Mr. Bush in Baghdad will define his presidency.
Still, the commentators clung to the image of Mr. Bush as a punching bag.
The 2004 election was largely decided by the image of Mr. Bush as a strong, effective leader.
This is the first time that a Democratic commercial has used an image of Mr. Bush in this Senate campaign.
Nonetheless, the program dwells on images of Mr. Bush and his family at the polls in Crawford, Tex.
In Europe, his message will undoubtedly play into the favorite image of Mr. Bush as a gunslinging cowboy.