Sunday, June 10, 2007

Question Of The Week, 6/10/07

Good morning. I couldn't decide on a question when I got home from work earlier this morning, so I slept on it a while. This weeks question came to me while I was outside in the rain taking care of my dogs, and thinking about a woman in Saint Joseph, Missouri that had 64 of them in her house. This weeks Question Of The Week is. Many years from now when people are looking back on history what will President George W. Bush be remembered for?

I'll post my answer in the Comment Section Monday night.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Stephanie said...

"Many years from now when people are looking back on history what will President George W. Bush be remembered for?"

Sorry to say, but I disagree with the nature of the question. "People" don't look back on history and see any one thing. Bush, like all other presidents of all other nations, isn't going to be remember for any one thing, he's going to be remember for a lot of things.

Some say he's the worst president ever and will remember him as such. Some will remember him for his pre-emptive war. Some will remember him for his No Child Left Behind Act that left their child behind. Some will remember Bush for shaking their hand, being the only American president whose hand they ever shook.

When those who lived in this time are dead, buried, and gone. When history has played out this segment of America's present-but-soon-to-be-past... How many people hated Lincoln -- thought he was the worst president in history -- on both sides of the civil war? And now he's a Hero of American History.

I don't presume to guess what my great-grandchildren will think of Bush. If the Islamic terrorists do become the biggest threat to the world of this millenium, they may look on him more kindly than we can. Or, they may remember him for something completely different that seems totally unimportant to us now.

I do, however, assure you that I doubt Bush will be remembered in conjunction with a cherry tree.

2:10 PM  
Blogger THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY said...

I really enjoyed reading your answer, Stephanie.

10:39 PM  
Blogger THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY said...

Bush can still change his legacy. A President has the power to change a lot of things in a short time....if they choose to.

10:39 PM  
Blogger David Schantz said...

lMy strange work hours are the reason for me being late. What I call Monday night is early Tuesday morning to most people. I think President George W. Bush will be, or would like to be remembered as being one of the Founding Fathers of the new North American Union, http://www.eagleforum.org/topics/NAU/ . That will be the end of the United States, Canada and Mexico as we knew them.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

11:50 PM  
Blogger Praguetwin said...

Late to the party.

Clearly, in a word, Iraq.

But also the nepotism that allowed incompetence to flourish, and the fallout from that.

2:49 PM  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

Well, I'm late.

Many years from now when people are looking back on history what will President George W. Bush be remembered for?

Surrendering our national sovereignty and mismanaging the War in Iraq.

6:13 AM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

I'm hoping people will remember Bush as an example of what happens when the American public falls asleep at the wheel and gives the Presidency to an incompetent, lying jackass.

8:47 PM  

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