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Thursday, June 30, 2005
The lessons of September the 11th
President Bush is a great man. To say he is a visionary is to be a poet. To say he bold ideas is to be a philosopher. To say President Bush is the greatest American is to leave open even the thinnest possibility that he is not as great as Jesus Christ and Winston Churchill combined.
No President Bush has the type of greatest we Americans haven't seen since President Reagan. He is better than us. He is better than each and every one of us.
President Bush speaks great words and they deserve to be heard. When he speaks, you best sit down and get that scroll out because President Bush is about to expound on expanding your mind.
I feared for a moment Tuesday night that I had not done that when President Bush mentioned "the lessons of September the 11th" and I, thinking myself a traitor to freedom, did not know what they were.
Fortunately I have become familiar with a little website called google and figured I could look this up. I did a search for "the lessons of September the 11th" and to my shock I could find no list of "the lessons." It is as if President Bush just used this phrase when he wanted to justify something.
Bush, what a not nice guy he is.
Maybe the specific lessons that ought to be learned is that President Bush will call back to the worst day in human history in order to justify what he wants to do and that the public will, more or less, fall for it.