Thursday, September 15, 2005

Burning the 'Bush': Not a Republican Just Concerned

Quite often there are many in our nation and even gloabally whose desire is to "burn the Bush." In other words, these people desire to set ablaze our respected president any chance that they get. Time and time again our president is bombarded with accusations that may or may not be true; yet, he is continously accused.

It seems that the basis of many of the accusations is that George Bush cares only about enconomic gain, and he has no real compassion for the common man. I disagree.

I have seen this man in one of his more compassionate moments as he arrived in Biloxi, MI in order to comfort the locals in that area. Was he there for the popular vote? Well, that would be a stupid assumption because he cannot run for another presidential term.Was he there because of the Biloxi's position as an economic asset? Certainly not. Was he there simply due to national pressure and political pressure? I suppose you could make a case - although such a case would seemingly have no foundation. Or was he there simply for moral support as the leader of our nation? I would contend that this is his objective indeed.

There are numerous images of our great leader talking with the locals of Biloxi while comforting them in various ways as they poured out their hearts to him. He greeted many of the men, women, and children in the area bringing them hope and encouragement, and there was not one person who did not show obvious signs of appreciation for his presence there. Sounds like compassion to me. So, those whose desire it is to burn the 'Bush' have two options: extinguish the flame, or find more fuel for your apparently dwindling fire.


At 1:27 PM, Blogger Mark said...

Exactly! I like you!

There is a guy who comments on my blog occasionally who actually thinks Bush orchestrated the attacks on Sept 11, 2001! That's about as bad as they get.


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