Theodore's World: President Bush Recollects Ground Zero: "It Was Like Walking Into Hell"....

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August 29, 2011

President Bush Recollects Ground Zero: "It Was Like Walking Into Hell"....

Bush Recollects Ground Zero: "It Was Like Walking Into Hell....There Was A Palpable Blood Lust."

Wild Thing's comment.......

God Bless President Bush. Was he perfect? No. But he was a patriot who loved his country and kept us safe. He is a good and decent man who rose to the occasion and provided leadership and steadfastness when the nation needed it.

What a contrast to the golfing, America hating, constantly vacationing parasite who occupies the Oval Office today.

Posted by Wild Thing at August 29, 2011 02:45 AM


Good points all. Bush demonstrates that those Republicans who are relatively liberal fade off in value slowly not quickly as they move away from founding principles. It also demonstrates how far from being patriotic the worthless members of congress really are.

Posted by: Avitar at August 29, 2011 04:48 AM

American decency incarnate.

Stateliness. Propriety. Respectability. Dignity. Refinement. Sophistication. Grace. Class. Taste. Polish. Substance. Courage. Honorable men of mettle, valor and moral fiber. Exemplary.

George Herbert Walker Bush and George Walker Bush.

They are Americans.

And so are we.

Posted by: Carlos at August 29, 2011 06:13 AM

President Bush has been taking the hit from obama for the last two years of his presidency. And there is some truth to that. As it was said, " A lie Mister Mulder is most conveniently hidden when sandwiched bewteen two truths." The lie, its was all Bushes fault. The left conveniently neglects to tell anybody that in 2006 they took control of congress and thats when the economy started going down the drain.

Posted by: Mark at August 29, 2011 09:30 AM

No matter what Bush did wrong, one thing that can't be denied is that he is a decent and honorable man who did what he felt was best for this nation. His biggest mistake was believing Liberal Democrat wanted what was best for the nation and he compromised with them.

Posted by: BobF at August 29, 2011 08:16 PM