Apr 23, 2013

Bush is back! The internet resounds.

http://www.nationalreview.com/campaign-spot/346375/how-does-obamas-approval-rating-compare-bushs-today
"...The Washington Post asks Americans how they feel about President George W. Bush today, and the results may surprise his critics: “Days before his second term ended in 2009, Bush’s approval rating among all adults was 33 percent positive and 66 percent negative. The new poll found 47 percent saying they approve and 50 percent saying they disapprove. Among registered voters, his approval rating today is equal to President Obama’s, at 47 percent, according to the latest Post-ABC surveys. ...”

 http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2013/04/23/bush-is-back/

"...Why the shift? Aside from the “memories fade” point, many of his supposed failures are mild compared to the current president (e.g. spending, debt). Unlike Obama’s tenure, there was no successful attack on the homeland after 9/11. People do remember the big stuff — rallying the country after the Twin Towers attack, 7 1/2 years of job growth and prosperity, millions of people saved from AIDS in Africa, a good faith try for immigration reform, education reform and a clear moral compass...."

http://mobile.nationaljournal.com/politics/go-ahead-admit-it-george-w-bush-is-a-good-man-20130422
"...
Bush’s note, a simple gesture, spoke volumes about his respect for the office of the presidency. He did not thank us for respecting him. He knew it wasn’t about George W. Bush. He was touched instead by the small measure of respect we showed “for our country.”
The same sense of dignity compelled Bush to forbid his staff to wear blue jeans in the White House. Male aides were required to wear jackets and ties in the Oval Office.
He was a stickler for punctuality. Long-time adviser Karen Hughes asked him years ago why he was always early for appointments. “Late is rude,” Bush replied. He thought that if people were going to take the time to see him, he shouldn’t keep them waiting...."

http://news.investors.com/politics-andrew-malcolm/042313-652932-new-abc-washington-post-poll-finds-image-of-bush-improving.htm

"... Remember those iconic billboards that went up during the great ObamaCare legislative con? A smiling Bush waving with the caption, "Miss Me Yet?" Well, apparently more people do. ABC News and the Washington Post came out early this morning with a new poll timed to the library dedication.
When Bush left office after eight tumultuous years, including 9/11 and the Iraq War, 66% of adult Americans disapproved of him, twice as many as approved. The new findings: His disapproval has dropped to just half, while his approval has increased to almost half (47%). ..."

 http://nationalreview.com/article/346355/reading-bush-years
"... The fact that we have not suffered such an attack in nearly eleven and a half years reflects the skill of our counterintelligence agencies, the FBI, and the brave men and women who are on the front lines of keeping their fellow Americans safe.
But it reflects, too, the policies put in place by the administration of President George W. Bush, whose presidential library opens this week in Dallas, Texas. These policies include establishing the director of National Intelligence, National Counterterrorism Center, and the Department of Homeland Security, and expanding the FBI’s mission from just investigating terrorist attacks to preventing them.... "

Comment:
And many more.  Obama cannot do as well in defending the country and making it prosper; because, he is hamstringed by his commitment to defend and promote Islam, the Socialist ideology and the abortion industry.  His very identity that is shrouded with fraud, his involvement with shadowy persons and events e.g. Fast & Furious, Benghazi, Sandy Hook & Boston has left him bereft of any moral authority and sliver of trust.  W did not have that baggage.

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