Monday, October 03, 2005

One Thing I Like About Bush...

...is that he normally does what he says he'll do. He said he was going to send a boatload of money to Africa and he did. He said he was going to aggressively fight the war on terror and he has. He said he was going to throw money at education and he has. He said he was going to cut taxes and he did (although it wasn't nearly enough). He said he was going to push for socialist security reform and he did for a while. He didn't do a real good job of conveying the advantages to the working poor and lower middle class, but he tried. He said he was going to appoint conservative justices in the mold of Scalia and Thomas..........and the jury is still out. He undoubtedly knows Roberts and Miers better than I. I only hope his trend of doing what he says continues. Past performance can be an indicator of future actions. Let's hope so.

Just a thought.

6 Comments:

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At 10:55 PM, Anonymous Baron said...

That's the one thing that keeps me in the game with Bush. He may not be conservative, but he usually follows through with what he says.

I thought this pick was a bit of a pansy pick, but I would love to be proven wrong.

Oh yeah - if she is as conservative as he has promised, I hope she lives to be 120...

 
At 12:08 AM, Blogger Erdy said...

I too am happy to see that Bush does what he sets out to do. There is dissapointment in this camp as to the amount of money that he is spending. I really am for less government in my life and it seems that we are going the wrong direction in that respect. We certainly need some sensible judges on the Supreme Court and it looks on the surface that these two fill that bill. Like you say, time will tell.

 
At 1:22 AM, Blogger Bill said...

I do like Bush's hawkish foreign policies, whats not to like about overturning 2 terrorist supporting states and reorienting the governments of several dozen others? But his domestic policies look way too much like a RINO's. (a democrat in sheeps clothing)If he could have pared down the Federal government even a little, he would truly be in the same ranks as Reagan, Washington, and Jefferson.

 
At 12:11 PM, Blogger Ol' BC said...

He wouldn't have had to pare it down, although that would be preferable. If only government didn't increase so rapidly, he would have probably been alright. The MSM isn't going to give hime a kind word either way.

 
At 12:55 PM, Blogger Stan said...

I will be really interested to see how different perspectives will be in 10, 20, 30 years.

One thing Bush seems to do very, very well is keep his priorities straight.

 

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