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Our Wise, Brave President
George W. Bush is a wise and brave man. Today he ran the nastiest gauntlet that man can devise: A Republican President holding a press conference. One reporter queried our President about the "crumbling coalition" in Iraq, basing that incredible assumption on the unfounded rumor that Italy was going to pull out its troops. The Democrats relentlessly attack our President on Social Security, lying to the people that he intends to cut benefits by 40%, when in fact his plan portends to minimally triple the benefits for every person under 55, and will sustain benefits, including cost-of-living increases, for those older.
"Our President is also suffering the barbs and attacks of the most vicious partisanship in American history for renominating the Hispanic and African-American judges previously filibustered by the Democrats."
Our President is also suffering the barbs and attacks of the most vicious partisanship in American history for renominating the Hispanic and African-American judges previously filibustered by the Democrats (who are, as we continually note, the true racists in Washington). And through all of this, the good news trickles out and is completely ignored by the media, who sycophantically kowtows to every word of the Senate shrinking minority leader, while simultaneously ignoring every good piece of news.
Case in point: The New York Times ran a story that describes proof of the fact that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. The three network news programs ignored the report. Thank God for Rush and Sean Hannity, who enlightened those who did not hear this on Fox News, including me. As Rush has noted, they ran the entire 2004 campaign on the premise that "Bush lied." We all knew better, and the last vestiges of non-partisan factfinding at the Times allowed the truth to escape onto the pages of that paper.
Our Presidentís wisdom in pursuing Iraq has been proven. Our Presidentís bravery is also unquestioned. He remained calm in that minefield of a press conference, and did not let those out to get him, the reporters, get the upper hand. Instead, he remained the true, outstanding leader that he is. He is winning every single political battle in which he is engaged, and has not lost a single battle in the past, not one. His haters (the term "detractors" is wholly inadequate) are flummoxed. Why? Because, in addition to his wisdom and bravery, they have to deal with George W. Bushís one truly unassailable virtue: his honesty.
Our beloved presidentís honesty is why his wisdom and bravery shine through. Thank God for George W. Bush!