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    "W" I am proud of our American hero and leader

    I am proud to know the President of the United States has drawn a line in the sand. I am proud of our American hero and leader. He would finish a tough kit car build as well.

    Don't mess with "W". GO George!

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    Amen! I'm glad to find another who is not so tied up by political correctness and partisan politics...
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    I agree!!! I feel for the soldiers family's that are going threw it all too.Their loved ones are fighting for EVERYONE . Even the people that DON'T support them over there. If they had to fight they would pipe down. Someone had to step up and do something. I wait for the day it is over. Sadly I don't see it coming very soon. God Bless America..

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    Re:"W" I am proud of our American hero and leader

    Sooner or later "W" will get the bastards. I am glad he is a man who will fight for his country and for freedom around the world.

    We will never forget!


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    Re:"W" I am proud of our American hero and leader

    as a proud australian and member of the willing i and most of my countymen support the quest for freedom that is led by our american brothers and sisters.

    wow that was soapbox stuff,
    but i for one feel very strongly about the murderous bastards who think they can push us into their crazy world or muscle us out of ours.
    we lost too many australians and other innocent people when some lunatics in Bali decided to set off a bomb and kill 88 australians and a total of 202 mostly young people enjoying a holiday and a few drinks
    there is a minority of fanatics but it can't be ignored anymore

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    Re:"W" I am proud of our American hero and leader

    Thoughts on our President

    Whether you actually like George W. or not.... This has some interesting thoughts...

    First, an observation. Have you noticed a difference in the salute given by our military men and women as President Bush walks by? Most folks would not notice anything, but those of us who have served in the military see it right away.

    Next time, Watch: When President Bush leaves his helicopter or Air Force One, the honor guards salute and face him as he disembarks, then turn their faces towards him as he passes by. They continue to salute his back as he walks away. This kind of salute has not been seen in the previous eight years, though it is customary courtesy to the Commander-in-Chief.

    You see, soldiers aren't required to turn and face the President as they salute.
    They are not required to salute his back. They are only required to salute.
    They can remain face-forward the entire time. And that is what they did during the previous administration.

    Our soldiers were forced to obey his orders, but they were not forced to respect him.

    From their salutes, we can surmise that they did not.

    Why is such respect afforded to President Bush?

    He doesn't even know how to bite his lower lip and not get teary-eyed whenever he speaks!

    The following incident from Major General Van Antwerp may give us an insight. Gen. Antwerp is president of the Officers' Christian Fellowship.

    He lost nearly all his staff when the Pentagon was attacked Sept. 11.B His executive officer LTC Brian Birdwell was badly burned and in the hospital when President Bush visited him. Our President spent time and prayed with Brian. As he was getting ready to leave, he went to the foot of Brian's bed and saluted. He held his salute until Brian was able to raise his burned and bandaged arm, ever so slowly, in return. The Commander-in-Chief almost never initiates a salute, except in the case of a Congressional Medal of Honor winner. The injured soldier did not have to return the salute. But he did, out of respect to his President ...-a Soldiers' President.

    Congressman JC Watts (R. Oklahoma) said, "Character is doing the right thing when nobody is looking," (My favorite quote of all time.) The nation and world learned some of what our last President did when nobody was looking.

    That President has been disbarred. The worst disgrace (other than imprisonment) to a lawyer CNN will have a difficult time shining his or his wife's tarnished images.

    In this time of war and danger, I am so grateful to have a President whom the soldiers salute -- fully.

    On Special Report with Brit Hume, at the close of the show when they normally have some funny video clip, they showed President Bush and the First Lady on their way to leave for Camp David for the weekend. As the video starts, the First Lady is leading the way into the helicopter with the spaniel dog on the leash, and the president is right behind her with the Scotty on the leash. As the First Lady entered the chopper, the Marine at the gangway saluted and held his salute. The Scottie the president was walking decided it wanted to sit right when he got to the steps. The president pulled on its leash, but the stubborn Scottie persisted in sitting. The president bent down, scooped up the pooch, and entered Marine One. After he entered, the Marine cut his salute and returned to the position of attention. Moments later the President reemerged from the helicopter and out onto the steps. The Marine was standing at attention, head and eyes straight ahead. The President leaned over and tapped him on the left arm. The startled Marine turned his body toward the President and received his returned salute!

    I was so impressed by this true act of respect for our military people by our President! He really does get it. Most any other person of his stature would have just continued his journey, is regarding the neglected return salute. Not George W. Bush. He is earning the respect of the
    Military community, not expecting it -- as most have and would.

    President George W. Bush. The man who admitted to having a drinking problem in younger years, and whose happy-go-lucky lifestyle led him to mediocre grades in college and an ill-fated oil venture. Who mangled syntax, and whose speaking miss-steps became known as “Bushisms." He came within a hair's breadth of losing the election in November.

    Bush named Jesus Christ as Lord of his life on public TV. Not an Oblique reference to being "born-again" or having a "life change." He actually said the un-PC-like phrase, "Jesus Christ!"

    On September 11, he was thrust into a position only known by the likes of Roosevelt, Churchill, Lincoln, and Washington. The weight of the world was on his shoulders, and the responsibility of a generation was on his soul.

    Therefore, President George W. Bush walked to his seat at the front of the National Cathedral just three days after two of the most impressive symbols of American capitalism and prosperity virtually evaporated.

    When the history of this time is written, it will be acknowledged by friend and foe alike that President George W. Bush came of age in that cathedral and lifted a nation off its knees. In what was one of the most impressive exhibitions of self-control in presidential history, President George W. Bush was able to deliver his remarks without losing his resolve, focus, or confidence. God's hand, which guided him through that sliver-thin election, now rested fully on him. As he walked back to his seat, the camera angle was appropriate. He was virtually alone in the scene, alone in that massive place with God, just him and the Lord.

    Back at his seat, George H. Bush reached over and took his son's hand. In that gesture his father seemed to say, "I wish I could do this for you, son, but I can't. You have to do this on your own."

    President George W. Bush squeezed back and gave him a look of peace that said, "I don't have to do it alone, Dad. I've got Help."

    What a blessing to have a President like "W".

    Please take a moment after you read this to "pray for him no matter what your religious faith." He truly does have the weight of the world on his shoulders. Pray that God will sustain him and give him wisdom and discernment in his decisions. Pray for his protection and that of his family.
    Pray that he is re-elected in November to lead us to peace.
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    I like you guys! I have gotten so frustrated with double talking Liberals that it is refreshing to find people with morals and American Pride. This country was founded on 'In God We Trust' and I, for one, am glad to see a President who still believes and ACTS in way that is befitting not only a President, but also a Christian.
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    Re:"W" I am proud of our American hero and leader

    I am also proud of our President.But when you watch the news,all you hear is Bush bashing.I just hope that the american people can see through this sided slant,and vote with thear hearts in November.

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    Very true... How can anyone consider voting for John Kerry? He votes for the war... then against the money to keep the soliders in supplies... then he goes around campaigning saying that we have to pull out of Iraq.. and now he is saying that we need to send more men in there... Sheesh! He's even confusing me!

    I'm thankful we had George W. Bush as President on September 11, 2001.. And I will be thankful when he is re-elected in November.
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