Friday, January 20, 2006

Inaguration Day - "To TheFuture" by George W. Bush

Reposted as history. Originally posted in January of 2005.

We won! (My apologies to our friends on the left) I am still astounded that the Democrat party has become the party opposing democracy, subverting free enterprise and rewriting the constitution when it doesn't match with their choices of lifestyle. In many ways they have returned to the pessimism of the Jimmy Carter years. Yet it is encouraging that in this election a majority of Americans rejected their myopic views that government is all about handouts and freedom is not as important as "peace". We are a positive and happy people. This article sums up so many of the reasons that George W. won.

"To TheFuture" by George W. Bush - 1/20/2005 - Washington Post

We are winning the war on terror because of the courage, idealism, and sacrifice of the United States military. Our men and women in uniform are making America safer and the world more peaceful. And my highest honor as President is to serve as their Commander in Chief.

Another good read on this inauguration day is "The reality of American idealism" by Suzanne Fields in Town Hall - January 20, 2005.

A clue to what the president will say in his second inaugural address this morning lies in the words he delivered four years ago: "Through much of the last century, America's faith in freedom and democracy was a rock in a raging sea. Now it is a seed upon the wind, taking root in many nations."

This article too shows much of the positive outlook that has brought so many to be George W. supporters. Today, I am hopeful that we can come together as a nation. Today all those who are patriots, on the left and the right will be more interested in celebrating our great nation, than arguing about our differences. Today is a good day. God bless America.


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