Saturday, February 21, 2009

President Bush Officially Moves Into Dallas Home

Former President George W. Bush officially back in Dallas


It’s official: Former President George W. Bush is now making his home in Dallas.

After a month at his Crawford ranch, Bush and his wife, Laura, moved Friday into the Preston Hollow home they bought shortly before leaving the White House on Jan. 20.

"President and Mrs. Bush are glad to be back in Dallas, appreciate the warm welcome by their neighbors, and look forward to once again being part of the Dallas community," said Bush spokesman Rob Saliterman.

Interest in their return to Dallas has been high for weeks. People who live on Daria Place, the North Dallas cul-de-sac where the Bush home sits, report that there’s been a steady stream of curiosity seekers coming to see the 8,000 square-foot brick home for themselves.

“Before Bush came, we had a very quiet neighborhood here,’’ said neighbor Minette Klein, who said she is nevertheless pleased with the goings-on.

The house is not far from Preston Center, where the former president will have an office while planning is underway for his presidential library at Southern Methodist University.

Both Bushes said they plan to devote substantial time to raising money for the library complex – which will also include a museum and policy center. Programming hosted by the Bush Foundation is set to begin even before the library is complete in 2013.

Officials say they need to raise $300 million to build the complex, hopefully before groundbreaking, which is set for late next year.

The Bushes lived in Dallas in the early 1990s but moved to Austin in 1994 when he was elected Texas governor.

Glad to see the President settling into his new crib in Preston Hollow. No doubt there is much brush to clear and his days will be filled with happiness and the sound of a chainsaw. But really, what kind of happiness doesn't involve the sound of a chainsaw?

Also, President Bush will be settling into his new office, and fundraising for the Presidential Library on the SMU Campus. Support the President. Donate to the Library Fund. Do it now. So he can focus on getting back into the White House and not fundraising.

President Bush is One of America's Heroes

Obama, Jesus, and Martin Luther King Top List of America's "Heroes"


The highlights:
  • President Bush was rated only 19th in July 2001, but is now FIFTH on the list of America's Heroes.
  • John McCain, not in the top 20 in 2001, is now number seven.
  • Barack HUSSEIN Obama was listed as a hero by more people than Jesus.
  • Colin Powell dropped from number 3 to number 16.
  • Ronald Reagan is number 4.

This is HUGE. I know that President Bush's reputation would rebuild once the media took their eye off him. I didn't expect it to happen so soon. It just goes to show, that despite all evidence to the contrary, America is still a great nation full of patriots. Eat it liberals. Your eight year reign of character assassination seems to have dissipated in a matter of less than a month!

Our nation may not be ready for The Restoration just yet, but that day is swiftly approaching. Prepare yourselves.

The Top Ten Heroes of America:

  1. Barack HUSSEIN Obama
  2. Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ
  3. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  4. Ronald Reagan
  6. Abraham Lincoln
  7. John McCain
  8. John F. Kennedy
  9. Chesley Sullenberger
  10. Mother Theresa

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Just a Clarification...

Just to clear up something that my loyal readers have been wondering about. Whenever I say "the President", I of course refer to President George W. Bush, he being our only legitimate head of state at this time. I'll go into the reasons why the media's president, Barack HUSSEIN Obama, is illegitimate in a later posting.

Shoe-Throwing Terrorist Goes on Trial

Shoe-thrower goes on trial


The Iraqi journalist who made headlines when he threw his shoes at former US president George W. Bush goes on trial on Thursday charged with assaulting a foreign leader.

Muntazer al-Zaidi faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted, but his legal team will ask for the charge to be thrown out and for the reporter to be freed.

"He should be released because he was only expressing himself and protesting against the occupation," Zaidi's lawyer Dhiya al-Saadi told AFP on Tuesday.

Bush, who orderd the US-led invasion of Iraq in March 2003, was on a farewell visit to the country when Zaidi threw his shoes during a Baghdad press conference on 14 December.

Zaidi (30) who works for the Al-Baghdadia television channel, also insulted Bush, shouting: "It is the farewell kiss, you dog," in an action that was hailed across the Arab world.

Bush managed to duck, and after the shoes whizzed past his head joked with reporters that they were a "size 10".

A 25-strong defence team has been preparing the defence of Zaidi, whose gesture is considered a grave insult in the Arab and Muslim world.

If they fail to get the charges dropped they will argue that the journalist did not try to kill Bush and was entitled to make a protest about the US invasion and occupation of Iraq.

"We will present our demands on the day of the trial," Saadi said. "The journalist only wanted to express his opinion," insisting that the law under which Zaidi is charged is not applicable to his case.

The charge of assaulting a foreign leader carries a prison term of between five to 15 years, but Saadi said the reporter should be freed because the shoes did not constitute a "lethal weapon" and could not have killed Bush.

Judicial authorities had the option of dismissing the charge, or have altered it to a lesser one of "attempted aggression" which carries a prison term of one to five years.

The case will be heard at the Central Criminal Court, which is responsible for terrorism cases and is located in the Green Zone, the heavily-protected area of Baghdad where the government and some Western embassies are located.

A judge in December rejected allegations by the journalist's family that he had been tortured in custody, charges that were levelled after his brother was allowed to visit him in prison.

The incident inspired a British student, Alex Tew, to create a "Sock and Awe" ( shoe-throwing website which says it has so far had more than 86 million hits in the face of ex-president Bush on the Internet.

Other journalists at Al-Baghdadia, who asked not to be named, told AFP that Zaidi, who was abducted by insurgents during the sectarian strife that engulfed Iraq in the wake of the US invasion, should not be punished.

"He did not want to say goodbye to Bush in a traditional way, so he said farewell in his own way," said one of the reporter's colleagues.

"I feel that what he did was a national gesture to lift the sorrow of children and widows."

Another Al-Baghdadia journalist added: "Muntazer al-Zaidi is a quiet, respectful and educated person and a professional in every sense of the word. He does not deserve to be sentenced and should not be put on trial."

Only five to fifteen years?!?! This man showed a tremendous amount of disrespect for the man who liberated him from tyranny. I don't know about you, but in my book, ingratitude is one of the worst crimes there is. Without President Bush, Iraq would be a cesspool of violence and repression and WMDs.

I urge all of my loyal readers to write letters (they don't have e-mail in Iraq yet) to this judge, begging him to impose the maximum sentence to send a message to all the world: Disrespect of authority figures can never be tolerated, PERIOD.

Monday, February 16, 2009

India to Give President Bush Highest Award?

Singhvi seeks Bharat Ratna for Bush


New Delhi, Feb 13, : Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Friday said the former US President George W. Bush should be given India's highest civilian honour, Bharat Ratna, for his contribution to the India-US nuclear cooperation programme.

"Give Bharat Ratna to Bush. I do not know what the rules are but I will officially do something," Singhvi said.

He was addressing the annual general meeting of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI).

Bharat Ratna is India's highest civilian award, given for the highest degree of national service, including artistic, literary, and scientific achievements.

The honour has been awarded to 41 persons so far. The latest to receive the award was classical singer Pandit Bhimsen Joshi.

India's first President Rajendra Prasad created the award on January 2, 1954.

A much-deserved award. India and the United States have had cool relations ever since they became independent from Britain. But during the Bush Administration, relations became markedly better, and today, you could even call the world's largest democracy and predicted future superpower one of America's allies. All thanks to President George W. Bush.

There's one HUGE detail the article fails to mention. According to Wikipedia (a source that has never failed me yet), persons awarded the Bharat Ratna get a place in the Indian Order of Precedence. Eighth place, to be precise.

The possibilities this raises are enormous! Through a series of highly-improbable, yet highly-fortunate mysterious deaths, President Bush could ascend to the Indian Presidency! Do I need to say how awesome that would be, not only for India, but the world?

Somebody get the CIA on this, stat.

President Thanks TCU Student for Welcome Home

Texas Christian student who created welcome home signs for Bushes gets thank you from W.


Patrick Bibb thought it would be nice to thank former President George W. Bush for his service.

That’s why the Texas Christian University sophomore created and sold "Welcome home George and Laura" signs that residents have bought and put up in the Preston Hollow neighborhood of Dallas, where the first couple will soon move.

He just never thought he’d get a thank you in return.

But he recently got a call from George W., even though some signs have been disappearing from yards.

"He said he was in town a while ago with his wife and they had seen the signs ... and he was happy there was a lot of support and that someone had taken the initiative to do something," said Bibb, 19, who stepped out of class to take the call. "I told him: 'No problem. I understand you’ve had some hard times, but I wanted to do this. It’s the least we could do."

After a short conversation, Bibb said, he told Bush that he didn’t want to be rude, but he had to get back to class. "He said, 'That’s where you should be,’ " Bibb said.

Bibb, whose parents live not far from the new Bush home in Dallas, said he got the idea of selling the signs during the campaign season, when Texans planted signs and wore T-shirts to support their favorite political candidate.

"There’s never really anything done when someone leaves office," he said. "I wanted to say thank you for doing the best you could and serving with everyone else in mind. It’s just a public way of saying thank you."

He initially had 100 signs printed but wasn’t sure he’d sell them all. Eventually, sales picked up and he now has sold more than 800, even fielding requests from people in Midland, Houston, New Hampshire and Arizona.

Some of the signs have disappeared from Dallas yards recently, maybe about 25. But Bibb said he doesn’t believe that they were stolen, more likely misplaced or moved as high school pranks.

Lori Tucker, who lives near NorthPark Center in Dallas, has bought signs and replaced them when they’ve been removed. She has told reporters that her goal in keeping the signs up, and replacing them, is to "show grace to the former president."

"It’s pretty amazing people won’t let some prank . . . affect their welcoming home the president," Bibb said.

The signs, at $20 each, are helping pay for Bibb’s tuition. From each sale, $2 will go to the nearby Pershing Elementary School library in honor of Laura Bush, a former librarian. Bibb said he has about $1,600 to give the library.

This Bibb kid is One of the Heroes. And a college student! He'll be a good footsoldier for the Movement. Somebody get him on the horn, or should I say, the horned frog?

President Bush to Give Speech in Canadia

Former President George W. Bush to hit lecture circuit with March 17 speech in Canada


DALLAS - Former President George W. Bush is getting ready to hit the lecture circuit.

A co-owner of a Canadian company that organizes high-profile speaking events confirmed Thursday that Bush is scheduled to speak March 17 at a luncheon in Calgary, Alberta.

The invitation says Bush will discuss "his eight momentous years in the Oval Office" and "the challenges facing the world in the 21st century."

The event is Bush's first confirmed speaking engagement. Booking agency partner Andy McCreath declined to discuss Bush's speaking fee. A spokesman with the Office of George W. Bush in Dallas also declined comment.

McCreath says he expects about 1,500 people to attend the speech. Event sponsors include the Calgary Chamber of Commerce, an accounting firm, a law firm and an organization for financial analysts.

So after two months of clearing brush in Preston Hollow, the President will venture out into the world he so recently controlled. But not America. Oh no, that would be too obvious. He's headed to the Great White North to give a speech. But why do the Canucks get to be wowed with his speaking skills while Americans are frozen out?

Two words: HE IS CAMPAIGNING. Not for President, or even Prime Minister. President Bush is going for the big prize: Secretary-General of the United Nations.

But Maynard, you say. The UN is the epitome of everything wrong with the Not USA parts of the world! And you're right. But if we're going to fix this crazy planet of ours, we need great leadership at the top. This way, President Bush will be able to do his thing, rescuing our species from certain destruction, while he waits for Barack HUSSEIN Obama to screw up so badly, he is tossed out by an angry mob, leaving the door open for The Restoration.

Talk aboot a brilliant plan, eh?

Liberals Proven WRONG!!!

Historians: Lincoln top president; George W. Bush 36th


WASHINGTON — Just days after the nation honored the 200th anniversary of his birth, 65 historians ranked Abraham Lincoln as the nation's best president.

Former President George W. Bush, who left office last month, was ranked 36th out of the 42 men who had been chief executive by the end of 2008, according to a survey conducted by the cable channel C-SPAN.

Bush scored lowest in international relations, where he was ranked 41st, and in economic management, where he was ranked 40th. His highest ranking, 24th, was in the category of pursuing equal justice for all. He was ranked 25th in crisis leadership and vision and agenda setting.

In contrast, Lincoln was ranked in the top three in each of the 10 categories evaluated by participants.

In C-SPAN's only other ranking of presidents, in 2000, former President Bill Clinton jumped six spots from No. 21 to 15. Other recent presidents moved positions as well: Ronald Reagan advanced from No. 11 to 10, George H.W. Bush rose from No. 20 to 18 and Jimmy Carter fell from No. 22 to 25.

This movement illustrates that presidential reputations are influenced by present-day concerns, said survey adviser and participant Edna Medford.

"Today's concerns shape our views of the past, be it in the area of foreign policy, managing the economy or human rights," Medford said in a statement.

After Lincoln, the academics rated George Washington, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt and Harry Truman as the best leaders overall. The same five received top spots in the 2000 survey, although Washington and Franklin D. Roosevelt swapped spots this year.

Rated worst overall were James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, Franklin Pierce, William Henry Harrison and Warren G. Harding.

The survey was conducted in December and January. Participants ranked each president on a scale of one, "not effective" to 10, "very effective," on a list of 10 leadership qualities including relations with Congress, public persuasion and moral authority.

"Worst President EVER!!!2!"? I don't think so, liberals. You're feeling pretty stupid right about now, aren't you? Well, get used to it. It is the life you have chosen as a liberal.

This is just the first step in the march of historical revision of the President's image. While the Islamo-socialist media did an EXCELLENT job of completely assassinating him while in office, they can't do that anymore. There's a new, more prettier President (well, kind of President) to focus on, leaving President Bush's reputation to slowly heal, as in a video game.

And this article is a huge ONE UP.

How I Came to Support the President

You may think that I was born supporting President George W. Bush. And you would be right. But it was a sort of subconscious yearning for his leadership, not the overt devotion you see now. Sure, we had President Reagan at the time, and he was a very capable precursor to President Bush. A sort of John the Baptist to his Jesus, you might say.

I first became aware of these feelings deep inside me on that fateful day one September several years ago. I was alone and afraid. Muslim terrorists were trying to kill me and my family. And the only thing that stood between me and they was a man named George W. Bush.

But my support of the President was underdeveloped and scrawny at that time. Like all Americans, I only supported him because we were in time of crisis. My true epiphany came on September 14, 2001. You remember that day well. When President Bush stood on that rubble, with the rescue workers, and said "I hear you, the rest of the world hears you, and the people who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us soon!" my legs went all rubbery, and I instantly knew that I would follow this man to the depths of hell if I had to.

Many people support a politician because he agrees with them. This is the wrong way to go about it. I support President Bush, therefore I agree with him. My pre-President Bush lifestyle was a shambles. I just invented ideas out of my own skull and believed them to be true. Oh, the arrogance of it all. But on 9/14/01, I adopted every single one of the President's stances as my own. Hey, making up my own is cool and all, but there's a good chance I would be wrong. By adopting the President's ideology in whole, I guaranteed I would not be wrong, ever. When the President changed his mind (based on actual facts, and not just shameful flipflopping, mind you), I changed mine. America and I both prospered under this system.

I'm interested in how you became a supporter of President George W. Bush. Go ahead and put your stories in the comments. Person with the most inspiring devotion may win a prize.

Welcome to the Internets HQ of the Restoration Movement!


If you are reading this, then you are either interested in helping restore President George W. Bush to his rightful place on the throne of our Most Exalted Republic, or you are an al Queda member, afraid of that very possibility. Either way, welcome! Your visit will generate ad revenues regardless of your intent.

We are all carefully watching the news for portents of the return of President Bush to power. The fact that a few fascists in the 50s managed to amend our Sacred Constitution with their idiocies, disallowing the President from running again, is of little consequence. By hook or by crook, we MUST have President Bush. We DEMAND President Bush. America is Too Big to Fail.

Oh, no question. It will be a slow and deliberate process. Rome was not built in a day, but it was burned in a day. We cannot allow America to burn while we await a new leader of the caliber of President Bush. We already have one, and we are determined to get him back any way we can.

On this blog, I will lay the groundwork for that day we are all anticipating with trembling hands. I will post news articles on what the President is up to, and offer my analysis on what the article doesn't tell you. I will occasionally examine Faux-President Barack HUSSEIN Obama's actions, and answer the question burning in all of our minds: "What Would President Bush Do?" (WWPBD?) And perhaps I will share my lyrical odes to the President here. Who knows.

This blog is in no way connected to President Bush or his Administration. He has not revealed his intent to me personally. But as a long-time follower, I can discern the true motives behind his actions.

In conclusion, thank you for reading, and thank you for supporting our President! If you ever get discouraged, thinking that maybe that day will never come, just chant "USA! USA! USA!" until all doubts are smashed, as if by a MOAB.

May your days be filled with joy as you await the Restoration of our One True Commander-in-Chief!

- Maynard