One World War II hero and longtime public servant pays tribute to another.
President Trump has been remarkably restrained and “presidential” with respect to the death of George H.W. Bush, doing his best to make nice with the Bushes. Of course, he killed Jeb Bush during the campaign, rhetorically and at the ballot box, and the Bushes represent the establishment, Rockefeller Republicanism that Trump – and Ronald Reagan – stand and stood against. But the for the funeral,
I do love the pageantry of these things.
From a piece I have running today in the Washington Examiner: Wasting little time to score political and rhetorical points, Democrats and members of the mainstream media are using the death of George H.W. Bush to assail a president they despise and who also happens to be Bush’s temperamental opposite, President Trump. Already, the comparisons, in which Trump is found deeply wanting, are roaring in.
From an obituary published by the Washington Examiner: George H. W. Bush, president of the United States from 1989 to 1993, father of President George W. Bush, World War II veteran, and former CIA director died Friday, his family has announced. He passed away in Houston, Texas, at 10:10 p.m. Central Time, according to his spokesman Jim McGrath, who said funeral arrangements “will be announced
George H.W. Bush popped up out of nowhere at the airport in Houston Wednesday to greet the Obamas as they landed in the city to raise money and bash Republicans. He was just there, on the tarmac, waiting to say hello. Not sure what the point was. To thank Obama for undermining the Constitution he nearly died protecting during World War II? The airport is
Well, that didn’t take long. President Obama this afternoon walked back his comment from this morning in which he stated that “the private sector is doing fine,” amending it by saying the “economy is not doing fine” and revising it into an assertion that there is “some good momentum in the private sector.” It’s no use. If Obama loses the election, today’s contention that all