Wednesday, October 05, 2005

President Bush....steadily saving the US ....

President Bush is working diligently and humbly to save the United States from enemies on all fronts. He is winning the war on terrorism even though most of the world wishes him to fail. He doesn't blow his own horn even when it means his poll numbers drop. I believe that he would rather win the war and be the most hated man on earth than lose the war and be as popular as Mother Teresa.

He is also winning the cultural war here at home by changing the direction of the Judiciary. His appointment of John Roberts surprised everyone, both left and right, and might just leave an everlasting thumbprint of correct judgments for all Americans. Now his pick of Harriet Miers to replace Sandra Day O'Connor looks to me like another incredibly wise move. In Ms. Miers Bush has quietly slipped in an evangelical Christian fundamentalist with no paper trail for the left to consume and regurgitate. The leftist senators on the Judiciary committee will have nothing to attack but her religious beliefs, and when they do so they will be exposed as the shallow and self serving idiots they really are.

As for all the conservatives who are droning on and on about what a bad choice she is.........well........they are ranting foolishly and will soon realize the error of their rants.


At 9:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At 1:45 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It should be irrelevant what a person's religeous beliefs are regarding their qualifications for a job. Isn't there a law that prohibits discrimination based on race, sex, religeous and sexual preferences? While she seems like a neutral candidate due to the fact that she has no record, would you hire someone with no experience knowing you were hiring them for life? On another note, I'm glad that you made a distinct difference between religeous and political debate. I don't think it is accurate to assume that all evangelicals are republican or vice versa.

At 10:44 AM, Blogger senorlechero said...

Of course I would not "hire someone with no experience". Neither would President Bush. Bush has worked with Harriet Miers for over 10 years. She has been very involved in every judicial appointment Bush has made........and as far as I can tell he has not blown an appointment yet........all have been conservative judges who lean toward "original intent" of the constitution.

As for religion and politics, I agree that there are evangelical democrats. I hope most people who read my post realize that I meant Harriet Myers is a conservative, pro-life, evangelical christian, which is part of what will make her a great Justice of SCOTUS

At 9:07 PM, Blogger CJ said...

Geoff, First thank you for your words about our President. There is not enough good said about him and his leadership these days. I have such high regard for the man that he is. Such a steady influence in times of uncertainty. I also want to say thank you for your level headed words about Harriet Meiers. I personally am a Christian conservative and have not know what to think with all the hubbub her nomination has generated. Reading your opinion has helped bring things into focus. Thank you so much. God Bless! (ps How is the 1st Sgt doing? Can you give us any news? I hope he is doing well. Please give him my best wishes.)


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