Miss me Yet?

There´s a sign in a highway in Minnesota (I-35) with a photo of President Bush waving at drivers, with the words “Miss me yet?.”

This sign in Minnesota reflects how much Americans are missing George W. Bush. A non-scientific poll in (leftist) web site AOL News shows 52% miss President Bush, 14% Miss him somewhat, and 34% Don´t miss him. People in both sides of the aisle are beginning to realize the era of hopey and changey is dead, because socialism didn´t work. Many Obama supporters (the moderates, the socialists will never wake up… Brain death) are turning their back on Obama (i.e.: Obama Girl), and are being less critical of Bush.

The Blame Bush game is over. Americans are tired of it. I think that what Americans miss the most about George W. is his character, he never blamed anything on Clinton. Never. He inherited problems, and keywords with no “W´s”, but he never complained. He got his job done. And he did it great.

This sign was given major coverage in the last couple of days on TV and it was the subject of many blog posts.

So… who paid for the Billboard?

Mary Tesken, spokeswoman of “Schubert & Hoey Advertising” said the Billboard is…

“…Paid for by a group of small business owners who feel like Washington is against them. They wish to remain anonymus.”

(Just in case one of those “small business owners” is reading…. Thank you!)

Yes, Mr. President. I miss you, and many other fellow Americans miss you as well. We miss having a man in the White House who loves his country, worries about our national security, supports our men and women in uniform, and is funny and charismatic (among may other great things…)

I wish there was a way we could raise some money and have billboards from sea to shinning sea. It would drive leftists insane. Ideas on how to make this possible?

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(I wrote this post feeling horrible (women issues…) so I apologize for bad writing quality)

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I miss W!

It’s been a year since President George W. Bush left office and I miss him – Gosh, how I miss him!

I miss the good old days when I could sleep in peace at night. I miss the days when I knew the President actually cared about my safety. I miss the days when I knew I could sleep while aboard a plane, knowing that everything would be all right. I miss the days when the President of the United States was President of the United States instead of President of the world. I miss the good old days when the President loved his country, was proud of it, and didn’t go round the globe with his “World Apology Tour.”

One of the great things about George W. Bush is his sense of humor… He always made me laugh with his jokes and he is humble enough as to make fun of himself, something I really like about him… I could listen to his speeches without falling asleep. Because he was so funny, I got interested in politics. Nowadays, when the President speaks, I will be disgusted by his arrogance, long and boring speeches, not to mention his idiotic ideas…. In the last couple of weeks, every time the President spoke, I watched “A Pup named Scooby Doo” instead….

George W. Bush is a great husband. Remember the gazes, the kisses, the playful pats, the touches and  the hugs between the first couple?They are not political partners.They are a couple in love.

W. is also a great dad who loves his daughters and is really proud of them.

One of the things I miss the most about him is that he was an outstanding Commander-In-Chief. He took decisions based on what was best for the country and not based on what could make him win a Nobel Peace Prize.

He was a Commander-In-Chief who admired all of those brave men and women who are serving our country. He didn’t think they were a pretty good photo-op. He respected them, and knew that they are young smart, brave people who love their country so much and therefore they are willing to make huge sacrifices for it. I just wish Barack Hussein Obama could understand that.

I remember how the soldiers always welcomed him cheerfully, and I know they were very proud of serving under his command.

George W. Bush kept America safe by strong leadership. Under his watch, there were no terrorist attacks since 9/11. Because of his policies 23 plots against the US were foiled.

He successfully executed two wars. President Bush removed totalitarian regimes in Iraq and Afghanistan and now, 50 million people who lived in tyranny live in democracy.

George W. Bush helped improve the lives of many Afghan people, especially women and children. Saddam Hussein, a tyrant who abused the Iraqi people was removed from office and is now dead. His two murderous sons  are dead, and all but a handful of members of his regime were killed or captured. The Al Qaeda network and its allies were weakened. Hundreds of Al Qaeda members were captured or killed. Khalid Sheik Mohammed (September 11th Attacks Mastermind) is in US custody, and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (the former leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq) was killed in 2006.

President Bush disarmed Libya of its chemical, biological and nuclear WMD’s without bribes or bloodshed.

President Bush was probably the best friend Israel has ever had in the White House.

President Bush defended US sovereignty. President Bush didn’t ask for France’s or Venezuela’s permission  to do what he had to do. He told the UN that it had to enforce its own resolutions or “become irrelevant,” and if the UN wouldn’t back its own resolutions, America would do it on her own. He was unafraid to go-it-alone when our vital interests were at stake, but that wasn’t necessary because he was able of building a coalition to help us fight the enemy.

President Bush Administration notified SCOTUS that the official US government position on the Second Amendment is that it supports individual rights to own firearms. President Bush signed two bills into law that arm our pilots with handguns in the cockpit. He told the UN we weren’t interested in their plans for gun control.

George W. Bush appointed judges committed to the ruling by the letter of law. He nominated Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, Associate Justice Samuel Alito, and more than one third of federal judges, who trust me, won’t legislate from the bench. [Unlike some other Justice. a “wise latina,” who thinks the Supreme Court legislates…]

President Bush STIMULATED the economy. His policies created ACTUAL JOBS for 52 months in a row. George W. Bush signed two income tax cuts, one of which was the largest dollar-value tax cut in world history. He also supported the permanent elimination of the death tax.

He inherited a recession, but wasn’t around blaming Bill Clinton. Instead he worked with his team to find a solution.

President Bush banned partial-birth abortions. By EO, he reversed Bill Clinton’s policy of nor requiring parental consent for abortions under the Medical Privacy Act. By EO he prohibited federal funds for international family planning groups that provide abortions and related services. President Bush also took steps to protect the rights of health care providers to act according to their conscience. George W. Bush made $33 million available for abstinence education programs in 2004. He also believes marriage is between a man and a woman, and supports the Defense of Marriage Act.

There are many more accomplishments, but I don’t want to make you fall asleep with a long long long long long post. 😛

The one thing I really admire about him is that he never let a Gallup Poll influence his decisions. He followed his instincts and his principles, and you know what…? He did a great job.

The other great thing about him, is that he wasn’t a politician, he was a public servant.

I hope he is enjoying private life in his new home in Dallas, TX, with his wife, Laura, and his cute dogs, Barney and Miss Beazley.

May God bless him and his family, for their service.


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