To me President Bush's foreign policy is fine. His domestic policy is pretty much atrocious to me. From his moralistic stance on issues with a religious bent like the Schiavo incident or the "war on porn" to his overspending to his awful -- and America destroying -- illegal alien amnesty he's trying to spring on the American people it's an all-around failure. About the only place he's been right is on tax cuts. So how could Bush regain my respect at least on one of the issues, overspending? Well I don't have to answer that since Lee over at Right Thinking From The Left Coast
I’d love to see a primetime national address, where Bush says something along the lines of the following.
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“My fellow Americans. Often times in the course of politics those of us who have been elected to serve you abuse the power of the office with which we are entrusted. Everyone does it, and all too often we public servants use that tautology as justification for our continued abuse of the office. This is not an issue off Republicans versus Democrats, or liberals versus conservatives, nor is it limited to any one particular branch of government. Nobody’s hands are clean on this one, including my own.
of this speech, that would go down in history as one of the great presidential speeches of all times.