Dee over at Conservatism with Heart has a post covering President Bush's Final State of the Union Address last night.
I agree with Dee that when history looks back at President George W Bush it will look back fondly.
President Bush's legacy will be written some twenty years or so from now and will include that he was one of the few American Presidents that felt freedom really was worth fighting for, and put his money where his mouth was, so to speak.
They will remember that he freed 50 million souls from brutal dictators, stood up for the rights of women, when the women's movement was not to be found, and last but not least got the Democrats to admit for the first time that tax cuts stimulate and grow the economy.
Check out Dee's post at Conservatism With Heart: I Adore President George W. Bush!:
Sphere: Related Content"Others have said they would personally be happy to pay higher taxes. I welcome their enthusiasm, and I am pleased to report that the IRS accepts both checks and money orders."
"We must do the difficult work today, so that years from now people will look back and say that this generation rose to the moment, prevailed in a tough fight, and left behind a more hopeful region and a safer America."--President George W. Bush, January 28, 2008
Bush came out shining and strong last night with his last State of the Union Address! I was so proud of him. I have to say that I have never felt so strongly about what a wonderful president he has been. IMHO, no matter who wins the Republican nomination or who wins the presidency this fall, it will be a lesser man that takes office next year.