It has been a while since our last blog entry on the US Elections and as you may know John McCain has secured the Republican nomination. The Democrat race on the other hand is still very close, Osama (Barack) Obama leads Hillary Clinton however the race looks set to be decided at the Democrat National Convention.
Although to be honest folks…I don’t really care. My preferred Presidential candidate can’t run because the American Constitution prevents him from doing so. I mean of course George W Bush. This wonderful man has been the leader of the free world for almost 8 years now and during that time he has accomplished many achievements.
At a time when almost all the world’s leaders were going crazy and ratifying the Kyoto Protocol, President Bush stood firm and made the correct decision…he did not ratify Kyoto. What President Bush realised was climate change was a natural process and had nothing to do with CO2 emissions. Bush understood that any targets in reducing CO2 emissions would have no effect on the climate and would only serve to harm businesses.
His Presidency saw a rise in terrorism by al-Qaeda and many countries around the world had a problem with dealing with terrorists. President Bush kindly offered to deal with the terrorists for them. He rounded them up and placed them in a detention centre called Guantanamo Bay. This of course made the world a much safer place.
Saddam Hussein, former dictator of Iraq, failed to comply with 11 UN Resolutions so President Bush had no choice but to liberate the Iraqi people from a brutal, evil man and rid Iraq of terrorist groups. Iraq was not an overnight success but President Bush has decided to stay the course until the job is done and not cut and run like some of our so-called allies have done.
I consider President Bush to be one of the greatest Presidents of all time. He stood firm against the climate nutters; he made the world a safer place; he liberated the Iraqi people; he pointed out to the world, the axis of evil; and of course he had many more achievements, too many to put in a small blog article. This man is brilliant and I will miss him when he eventually leaves office.