Thursday, February 09, 2006

The Steady Climb Up Rushmore

Reposted as history. Originally posted in February of 2005.

Matt May - February 9th, 2005 - The American Thinker
..... President Bush will be honored in the annals of history as not just a great President, but as a great man. He will be remembered for his broad, sweeping vision of freedom that not only touted the greatest ideals of the United States, yet fulfilled them here and around the world to the best of his ability.

For those of us who saw our recent election as a choice between a man who understood our nation faced nuclear bombs as a clear long term threat, and those who could not visualize that threat, this article sums up how we see George Bush. The first black Secretary of State is being replaced by the first black female Secretary of State, not to meet some quota of minorities, but simply because Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice were the best and most capable candidates. George Bush saw that. He is a great judge of character and ability. He seems to see most things with clarity. I still think Reagan is the best President we ever had, but George is very good. Excellent read.


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