Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Bush: The Most Under-rated President Ever?

Posted by Teresa at 6:58 PM
That's what this guy thinks. A quote from his article:

Whatever happened to leadership and honesty as presidential traits?
I happen to believe that the only leader in the West to have these two
admirable qualities in droves is the leader of the free world: George W

Yes, we’ve all heard the Bushisms and laughed at them but do you
really think somebody supposedly that thick can make it to the top
of the most sophisticated political system the world has ever seen?

No, and that is because Mr Bush is far cleverer than most of his
predecessors. He may not have been a Rhodes Scholar, but he has the
ability to reach out to his people and read them.

I think if Iraq and Afghanistan become stable and free countries for generations
to come I think President George W. Bush could easily be the best president we've
had in the past 30 years.

No, President Bush doesn't have the rhetorical skills of a Ronald Reagan or JFK. Yes,
he's made plenty of mistakes. He's not very inspirational. However, he had crucial
characteristics that are were needed for the past eight years: patience, persistence,
and calm. That's just what we needed.

The War on Terrorism has been long and required a leader with patience and
resilience. Let's face it we live in a fast paced society. We like our food, information,
and news quickly. Terrorism, however, required a longer attention span.
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