While I dis-agreed with President Bush on fiscal issues (and others), I never doubted his respect and caring for the troops. Contrast that with the CinC the troops have now (not to mention the ability to ride a man’s bike) and one can say without reservation that with Bush, at least there was a Patriot in the white house.
Comment by Bill in Austin — July 25, 2011 @ 7:47 pm
I sure miss him also ….Yes, there were things I disagreed with about his policies but President Bush was a patriot,a true leader,a man of values who will always remember the people who went in harms way while he was President.
Why is it you will never see this video or reference of it on ABC,CBS,NBC,CNN or MSNBC…..could it be they are nothing but mouthpieces who cheer lead for the Democratic Party? Our current pretender in chief would never associate himself in anyway with an event like this …..yet the lamestream media idolizes him while a true American was savaged for 8 long years & is still villified to this day.
Lord I do miss him.. and all the other Presidents that worked for and earned the respect of this country. He, was a man that ‘got it’.. He understood the role of the President of this great country. I didn’t agree with all of his policies.. he at least was respected by those who knew him and served with him.. or under him.
He will always be known as a man and a decision maker, whether the decision was popular or not. Unlike the nit wit we have there now, who even makes Jimmy Carter look good… bush has remained quiet, when he could have said plenty, he’s a class act and so is Laura
Comment by Chris Harmon — August 11, 2011 @ 2:09 pm