Sunday, July 08, 2007

Now this is just sad

An enthusiastic Bushbot manages to fill out her "Top 10 Reasons I Still Love President George W. Bush" list in a birthday tribute to her guy. Well, she's entitled to if she wants, but some of the reasons are a little on the thin side if not outright wrong. Here are some of her "reasons" [original emphasis, punctuation, and capitalization].
* He's Still a Cowboy--I like his "swagger", I like his stalwart determination, I like his courage, and I like the fact that he is ALWAYS a consummate gentleman, and I do NOT care that he doesn't "speak like a statesman, but more like "my neighbor and my friend".

* COURAGE. Would any of us truly be able to face the media frenzy fanatics (who remind me of the hyenas in Lion King who are drooling in anticipation of fresh blood) day in and day out?!! He can fly an F-16 fighter jet. He can meet an ex-KGB guy--alone--He can sit right next to Nancy Pelosi (yuck), and actually eat lunch with Harry Reid and Ted Kennedy. And he doesn't need a big glass of wine!!!! Can you remember another President with big enough "kahunas" to fly into Bagdad and have Thanksgiving dinner with the troops in the middle of a war? That's MY kind of Commander -in-Chief!

* Terrorists are STILL AFRAID of Him! If you don't think so... check out the terror attacks in the United States since 9/11/01--um...NONE! Not one person in this country believed we would be almost 6 years since a single attack has occurred. Yes, we have had some thwarted attempts--but the "big guys" know that GWB would "shock and awe" any (and maybe) ALL countries who may have a hand in anything resembling September 11.

* President Bush Loves this Country of ours more than anything else, except his FAITH. He is Not about his name, his legacy, his poll numbers...He is serving his country to the best of his ability during a very difficult time in history, under intense criticism from both the right and the left. Much like the much maligned Abraham Lincoln, I have a tremendous amount of admiration for him. May God Bless him today--on his 61st Birthday and for years to come. And may God bless the United States of America for choosing this man to be our leader.
Well, if her faith in Bush hasn't been shaken yet, I doubt telling her that Dubya does not really fly F-16 fighter jets is going to make any difference.

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