The Chinese government is not letting the Olympics, or the presence of President Bush get in the way of their ongoing persecution of the Chinese church. This morning, Brother Hua Huiqi successfully got rid of the police placed on his surveillance and met with his brother Hua Huilin. Then, they rode bikes and were bound… Continue reading Disappeared on the way to Church (with Bush)
Next time you hear someone tell you about the 200,000 crowd that Obama pulled you can not only point out that there were only 20,000, not only that there were popular bands in appearance, but you can also point out to this appearance by Bush which to my knowledge had no backing bands whatsoever. Amy… Continue reading Who do the crowds come out for?
I guess that makes Democrats the ones that think they aren’t. This sums up, in a nutshell, the difference between Republicans and Democrats. Republicans usually believe that Americans are smart enough to run their own lives; Democrats don’t. Republicans usually think that Americans deserve to keep their own money; Democrats don’t. Republicans usually think that… Continue reading Bush: Americans are smart enough to figure it out on their own
…forever? I’m not suggesting that the international community will stage a Nazi-hunter style exercise, snatching US war criminals and dragging them back to face justice; rather, former members of the Bush administration would be wise to heed Philippe Sands warning: don’t travel. Otherwise, like Pinochet, they may find themselves facing justice for their crimes. There’s… Continue reading Bush Haters to Go On…
Well, the MSM has finally got to admit that Iraq is getting better. Here’s how they do it. “No matter who’s elected President in November, his foreign policy team will have to deal with…the slow pace with which the government in Baghdad operates.” Always the negative, but they can no longer claim that the new… Continue reading Iraq news turns corner
The Hive has found an editorial that says what I’ve been saying for a while. We’re beginning to understand why Barack Obama keeps protesting so vigorously against the prospect of “George Bush’s third term.” Maybe he’s worried that someone will notice that he’s the candidate who’s running for it. McCain has a long record of… Continue reading Who is the third Bush term?
Interesting to see a poll reported on the Supreme court. So we now have approval ratings for all three branches: President (via Fox) 28.3% Congress (via Fox) 18.5% Supreme Court: 26% That’s right: Bush has the highest ratings of the three branches of government.
Can’t really go past the JammieWearingFool’s title on this one, or the video. (Sadly can’t embed here) It’s obscene how the story has become how Gore lost due to Bush stealing the election, not how the Supreme Court stopped Gore’s attempt. That’s BDS for you – facts are not required. Snippit from transcript. “I say… Continue reading Scalia to Morons: It’s Time You Got Over the Florida Recount
Via NewsBusters, we have alternate view of Bush’s foreign policy – one that looks at what’s happened outside Iraq, and it’s pretty durn good. Across Africa, it’s also about Bush’s commitment to democracy and development. Tens of thousands of people greeted Bush in several countries this year, hailing him as their continent’s great friend. Meanwhile,… Continue reading Bush: Master Diplomat (seriously)