Tuesday, June 07, 2005
What Bush haters don't want you to know
The Liberals are fond of making the claim that George W. Bush is less than intelligent, sometimes even stupid. However, yesterday, John Kerry's transcripts from Yale University were released, showing that his grades and that of the president were almost exactly the same. In their respective freshman semesters, in fact, Bush received the equivalent of 1 "D", while Kerry received 4 "D"s. But, overall, their grades were about the same. Kerry repeatedly refused to release his transcripts during his failed presidential campaign, and now, it appears we know why. During the race Kerry once was overheard saying, "I can't believe I'm losing to this idiot." This is the overall attitude displayed by the libs. Denigrate your opponent and hopefully, you can cast enough doubt as to his capabilities to lead as to "steal" the election from him.....Bush, on the other hand, steadfastly refuses to trash talk his opponents, even to the point of outright praise for their leadership and abilities. Case in point: Does anyone remember how Bush complimented Kerry and thanked him for his service in Vietnam during the race for president? I do, but from what I have read on many liberal blogs, the liberals seem to have forgotten that, and have even indicated that ran a dirty campaign. Just a few moments ago, (and the reason I chose this subject for today's comment) I heard a couple of sound bytes on Rush Limbaughs radio program. The first sound byte was a recording of President Bush's remarks upon the unveiling of Hillary Rodham Clinton's portrait in the White House. Were his remarks mean spirited? No. Quite the contrary, his remarks outlined Hillary's career from high school to her present position in the U S senate. All of his remarks were positive, and, believe it or not, truthful! On the other hand, the other sound byte he played was a few comments Hillary made about Bush. As usual, he was portrayed by the former first lady and now senator from New York as a liar and a crook. How he can allow this denigration of his character is a mystery to me. I guess it supports what I have been saying all along, that president Bush is a man of integrity, honesty and class. Oh, and intelligence. And how in the world can anyone say otherwise, given the preponderance of evidence?