It is very important to not merely defend President Bush by saying he is not the worst.
Saying that President Bush is the greatest President is a symbolic show of defiance that we refuse to allow the Media, Academia, and other cultural hegemons to dictate reality. Anyone publicly admiring President Bush is ridiculed and torn down. Until that tearing down establishment knows that it confronts fearless opponents, the reactionary annihilation of conservative thought will continue in this nation.
It is a terrible shame that so many conservatives have jumped on the hate Bush bandwagon.
Just cause I disagree with the moonbats doesn’t mean I have to lose sense of my own sanity in the process ...
I don't think conservatives have joined the 'hate Bush' syndrome, but it's hard to be enthusiastic about a presidency that ended with a crashing economy.
The crash, of course, was directly caused by Democrat policies (community reinvestment baloney, refusal to allow energy production on US soil) which is hard to prove when talking to a liberal.
The biggest disappointment of President Bush, and I'll support him till the day he leaves office, is his naive belief that caving to Democrat demands would get him any credit ..... of that it would do America any good at all.
Bush's downfall was caused by his confusing "compassion" with compromise.
Compromising with those who would destroy our great prosperous capital driven nation is NOT compassionate.... it is naive in the extreme.
“It is a terrible shame that so many conservatives have jumped on the hate Bush bandwagon.”
because we believe substance trumps symbolism?