I just watched President George W. Bush's farewell speech to the nation and I was greatly moved. In sharp contrast to the cosmically evil being imagined by the viscious and deranged Bush haters, the President showed himself to be a decent, gracious, principled and, unlike most of his critics, patriotic man who, in his eight years as POTUS, was committed to one cause above all else: keeping this country and her people safe. And in that cause George W. Bush succeeded beyond all our wildest dreams.
Since September 11, 2001, there has been NO terrorist attack on this nation. This singular achievement overrides and overshadows ALL ELSE. As a real American, not a liberal, I GREATLY APPRECIATE being defended and protected by George W. Bush.
I greatly appreciate, admire, and am eternally grateful to George W. Bush for standing up and being the WARRIOR that America needed in her darkest hour since Pearl Harbor. And I admire George W. Bush for possessing the courage to be the most hated president in recent history in order to do what needed to be done to protect the nation. Can you imagine? Being hated and savagely maligned by many of his fellow citizens for the crime of protecting them, which is his job.
When the killers came calling they got only one hit. After that George W. Bush took sword in hand and struck terror into the hearts of the terrorists. He laid waste to their cells, their infrastructure, and their state sponsors the way the Allies laid waste to Germany and Japan. He unhesitantly donned the role of warrior because he believed that America was worth defending, and for that the liberals will never forgive him. Their caustic accusations of torture, spying, war crimes, blah, blah, blah are but their way of expressing their core belief that America has no right to be right. But their traitorous cacophony failed to dissuade The Warrior from his task. Through all the strident condemnation of the left-wing bitches, "Dubya" has stood over this nation with a ready sword, and the sand Nazis have not dared to touch us again.
So, it is with a grateful but heavy heart that I bid goodbye to the man who has kept me and every other American, including the snarling ingrates, safe from further harm. Farewell to the Warrior. And God bless.