Mission Accomplished (UPDATED)

Posted: January 21, 2009 by cacoop in Bush, Military, Politics, Terrorism, The Presidency


I don’t have much to add to LAMayor’s take on President Bush’s record and ultimate legacy other than to say that I too believe he will be vindicated by history.  

However, not to take away from LAMayor’s “Church of Baseball”, but I believe that President Bush’s greatest accomplishment was that it has been 2,688 days since we have suffered a terrorist attack on our soil; which was absolutely inconceivable in the weeks and months that followed September 11, 2001.

For that I say:

Dear Mr. President,

The entire free world owes you their most sincere and unreserved gratitude for protecting us from another horror such as we experienced on 9/11.  No one will ever know the extent and the terrifying nature of the intelligence that you received on a daily basis.  I can only imagine the horrifying and gut-wrenching burden that you must have borne in every decision that you made to protect your charges.  Rest in the knowledge that you have served your country extraordinarily and that your legacy will reflect your honor, dignity and righteousness.

Thank you Mr. President.  From the bottom of my heart… Thank you.

If you would also like to leave a personal expression of gratitude for the 43rd President of the United States, click here.  The owners of this site will compile all of the comments left (over 12,000 thus far) and present them to the President in a leather bound volume at the dedication of his Presidential Library on September 11, 2011.


WOW!  Less than an hour after posting this, the number has risen to over 16,000!  I knew we had influence but, WOW!

  1. National Security over baseball? I’ve gotta go with LaMayor on this one.

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