Miss me yet?
Whoa! Even the lefties loved Bush. Who knew?
Staying the course when all seem to be against you.
Courage, convictions, and determination to do what he thought was the right thing to do.
Yes, I miss President Bush.
Well, I love Bush too.
Hate the way he spent money & grew government.
But, if that’s the trade off for taking an aggressive stance in defense of my country, so be it. His spending was a mere pittance compared to the current regime’s.
He was a fine CIC.
Gee, wonder if Blair will discuss his role in springing the Lockerbie bomber...?
Lots of articles about Bush recently, almost all positive. Something is up. It seems there is a move to get the Bush name back into the public’s mind so it can be associated with the current bad economy, instead of Obama. I think we will see in the next couple of months many more articles about Bush, Bush, Bush. And it really doesn’t matter what the articles say, only that the Bush name be back at this point in time.
What we are seeing is a political hail mary pass.
I saw Blair speak a couple years ago at a conference, and it was one of the most enjoyable events I have ever attended. While we certainly don’t agree on all issues, he is an incredible speaker and a man of his convictions. He has a great pulse on international events and shares our viewpoint. he promoted Nuclear energy as the future, talked about the cultural problems in the middle east (most notably very real challenges in the education/indoctrination of young people in their schools, and the role of the Chinese. Rarely does one here so much real insight from an individual.
While it was apparent from his speech that he built a strong friendship with Clinton and probably was more eye to eye on domestic issues as a social liberal, he clearly had a respect for President Bush’s leadership post 9/11 that transcended political philosophy.
Oldies but goodies.
Thanks ever so much for posting. The piccie really is touching, reminding me of better times.
I still get the chills when I think of the derisory comments on that fateful day, when GWB heard that awful news when he was in a school for the small’uns.
My God, the man hesitated a couple of seconds, to let something sink in that was inhuman in its atrocity and its dimensions.
At that point in time, there was absolutely nothing certain: how many planes, how many casualties, what was still going to happen... it was devilish in its immensity alone.
And still, there were all those snide commentators, who thought GWB weak and not capable, for attempting to understand the incomprehensible.
Still hate those b*stards at the sidelines. I’m in Holland, but I am convinced that all of you share these feelings...
The jury is still out on Bush. The government should have done their homework with re. to Iraq possessing WMD, apparently the CIA could have done a much better job. The first four years of Bush when he heeded the advice of Cheney were unquestionably better than the last four when he weakened under pressure of the left. IE, following the advice of Schumer to appoint Paulsen to Treasury and failure to respond to the constant attacks from the left. And let’s not forget that old man “read my lips” Bush begot Clinton and GW begot Obama!
Actually that would be War and Decision by Douglas J. Feith, who was Rumsfeld's under secretary for defense policy. It lays out from end to end and in detail the administration's thinking on terrorism and the two wars and demolishes the leftist conspiracy theory BS. It's the book that historians will read when they're trying to figure out what actually happened. Or maybe this Blair book will be the other piece of the puzzle.
The left is being confronted with the reality that W won a great victory in Iraq and that their opposition was completely wrong.
If Democrats had their way, we’d be looking down the nuclear barrel of both Iran and Iraq.
This is heart-warming.
I remember reading that Cherie Blair complimented Bush for befriending their boys and she spoke of how friendly and kind Bush was in explaining his political views though many of them differed from the Blairs.
Mrs. Blair said that Bush was a better friend to them than the Clinton even though they and the Clinton were more aligned politically (on domestic issues).