Jon Meacham, Walker. Bush, Maureen Dowd discussed on Guy Gordon

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Walker. Bush who survived that fiery fall into the waters of the Pacific three quarters of a century ago. Made our lives and the lives of nations freer, better, warmer and nobler. One of the saddest things about his tenure was how the media on the left, especially and I want to single out Maureen Dowd for this. Always resented his privileged upbringing as somehow that was a disqualifier, and the fact that he exhibited gentility and grace will that somehow made him a wimp, I know something that troubled his family deeply that. This was a tough man who was tough in politics tough when he flew fifty combat missions. And in his son today said, nevertheless, this was someone who could relate to anybody could relate to people from all walks of life. He was an epithet man he valued character over pedigree. And he was no Senate look for the good each person. And it usually founded. Thankfully, those that spoke at his funeral did not engage in an any anti-trump rhetoric. They didn't point out the president some of it might have been thinly veiled though, but they were talking about the virtues of this man from twenty-five years ago different political climate that culture different skills. Former Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney. When George Bush was president of the United States of America. Every single head of government in the world knew that they were dealing with a gentleman a genuine leader one who was distinguished resolute and brave. Jon Meacham also said what he called he engaged in an exhibited. Would he call the most American of creeds his life code.

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