How might history judge our 43rd President? Give it 20 years and it will be with thanks, respect, and gratitude. Those against George Bush, may have their “one liners” with no valid informational backing, but where will they be in 20 years? Maybe thinking about how good they had it back just 20 years ago. Now of course they would never give President Bush credit, but does anyone who reads “the big book of Bushisms” have anything good to say?
History will be kind to our 43rd President just as it was to our 40th President Ronald Reagan. Famous for “tear down that wall” and a prosperous economy President Reagan was also judged under a high powered microscope. It wasn’t until the end of Reagan’s presidency that his approvals ratings pushed 63+ matching and exceeding that of John F. Kennedy.
Job’s were created, not lost under the Bush administration, taxes were cut, and the DOW Jones hit an all time high of 14,164 points.
The day after Obama was inaugurated the stock market declined 330 points. Quite the CHANGE.
To this I say Thank you President Bush
A Charge to Keep begins with Bush’s early childhood in Texas, and the remarkable story of how he personally discovered his father’s first oil well in the Perm Basin by devising a simplified scent technique to smell surface fossil fuel particles in the dessert. In addition to providing the Bush family with it’s first oil fortune, this discovery landed the youthful Bush a Nobel prize making him the youngest recipient ever of the world’s most prestigious award.
The book also openly discusses Bush’s business successes and failures.
His sense of humor and strong faith can be found throughout the book. Many individuals fail to realize what a compassionate, caring, christian man President Bush is. This book lets you into the presidents life during the election. A recommended reading for all those thankful for President Bush.