Thank You, President Bush

You might wonder why I would offer my thanks to President Bush.  I am not thanking him for the current economic situation.  I really don’t think that he can be held personally responsible for the decisions of indivduals, and businesses that led to the current financial crisis.  I am also not thanking him for the soaring national debt.  That is a serious problem that needs to be addressed.  I am thanking him that since 9/11 there has not been another successful terrorist attack in the United States.  This seven year stretch of security has taken constant vigilance and cooperation among a wide variety of agencies.   The events of that fateful day completely changed the course of his presidency.  He said that it was his first and foremost obligation to provide for the security of these United States.  The lack of any successful attack in the last seven years shows that he was successful in fulfilling that obligation.

Thank you, President Bush.



4 Responses to “Thank You, President Bush”

  1. Dr. Ethiopia Says:

    President Bush also deserves thanks on one front you failed to mention. On humanitarian issues in Africa. He had done what no leader before him had done. Greatly thankful for that.

  2. cgirod Says:

    Dr.Ethiopia, thank you for your comment. The local media has been pretty quiet about any of the good things that President Bush has done. I am glad to hear about his humanitarian work in Africa.

  3. John Says:

    I agree. President Bush has done a great job keeping our nation safe from another attack. He has been so viciously maligned. I don’t understand the American people anymore.

  4. Pastor Curt Says:

    John,Thank you for contributing. Perhaps someday America will appreciate the contributions of President Bush.

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