It seems like forever, and endless barrage of attacks on truth, justice and the American way…but it has been less than 100 days.
The TOTUS who replaced George W. Bush as President has waxed poetic, crossing Europe bashing not only George W. Bush, but also his nation, Americans, our history, and proclaiming to the world his submission to a man who owns slaves and believes in the subjugation of women. That’s fine. Every once in awhile we are able to get a brief shining moment of what this nation was like, oh so long ago.
Today was one of those moments. Ever mindful of the sacrifices our heroes have made for this nation and our freedom (what we still have of it), George W. Bush made a private stop today to thank the Wounded Warrior project.
“…In an appearance he did not want to become public, President George W. Bush stopped in Cleburne, Texas on his way to his Crawford Ranch to give words of encouragement to members of the Wounded Warriors Road 2 Recovery bike ride going through Cleburne.
Mr. Bush did not want pre-publicity because he did not want his appearance to lead to a distraction from the importance of the Road to Recovery bike ride going through Texas this week. After brief remarks by Cleburne Mayor Ted Reynolds and Congressman Chet Edwards, D-Waco, Mr. Bush spoke to the bike riders, American Legion members and motorcycle escort riders for a few minutes.
This is an event put on by the Road 2 Recovery and American Legion Halls all along the route. Mr. Bush not only honored the wounded veterans and supporters taking part in the ride, he also thanked motorcycle riders who are escorting the bike ride and for their work in honoring soldiers who died fighting in Iraq and Afghanastan….”