Respect the Office

Read this on the reader opinion page of today’s Oakland Press.

President Bush deserves respect

It amazes me the hatred expressed in the media for our president.

Here is a man trying to win a war despite the best efforts of treasonous Democrats to betray our country at every turn.

He has stood strong in the war on terror whether liberals like it or not. The ungrateful rabble should hit their knees every day and thank God he is our president.

The idea of Obama in office, a man who defines himself as a hyphenated American, sends shivers up my spine and the thought of that spoiled, angry woman as your first lady baffles the minds of all patriots.

The fact that country’s ills fall squarely on the Democrats’ shoulders and is conveniently overlooked by their cronies in the news networks is proof that neither can be trusted with our future.

George Bush’s two mistakes were believing he could find a true patriot on the Democrat side to actually help America win the war and spending money. I hope people remember and give the Democrats the same cooperation that they gave us.

We shall see how history judges the outgoing and incoming President.

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About Tom Roland

EE for 25 Years, Two Patents - now a certified PMP. Married twice, burned once. One son with Asperger's Syndrome. Two cats. Conservative leaning to the Right. NRA Life Member.
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3 Responses to Respect the Office

  1. Teresa says:

    I like the theme–it did take me a sec to figure out how to leave a comment.

    I do think all of our elected officials deserve respect. There is no way I would want their job and I am going to pray for President Elect Obama the same way I prayed for President Bush. There is no side that isn’t to blame here. I just hope we can get through it all.

  2. NEO, SOC says:

    Nice new look! I like! I like!

    Great reference. I agree wholeheartedly. However, the left will blame any failures of the Obama administration on Bush.

    Happy New Year!

  3. Indigo Red says:

    Pres Bush is right again when he says history will judge his admin kindly. He took office when he thought things were going fairly well, until he read the Big Book of Secrets.

    All of the dangers he’s faced as President were thrust upon him and he rose to each challenge with good humor and equanimity. PE Obama has been getting the short version of the Big Book of Secrets and his public statements have been significantly moderated away from the cut and run stance of the campaign. Maybe the office of President isn’t as easy as George Bush made it look.

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