Thursday, February 03, 2005

State of The Union

In the State of the Union address last night, President Bush said: "Ladies and gentlemen, with grateful hearts, we honor freedom's defenders, and our military families, represented here this evening by Sergeant Norwood's mom and dad, Janet and Bill Norwood."
The Norwoods stood and acknowledged the thunderous applause.
Safia Taleb al Suhail, an Iraqi woman seated one row in front of them in the guest box with first lady Laura Bush, turned and reached up to Mrs. Norwood. The two embraced to a crescendo of growing applause.

This to me was the highlight of the address. The people of the United States who have been led, by the MSM, to believe that our presence is
resented by the Iraqis finally saw the gratitude shared by the majority of the Iraqi people. Could there possibly remain doubt that this people deserved to be liberated no matter how misleading the intelligence had been regarding the presence of WMD? Can the naysayers still continue to hype their views that we are unwanted occupiers? Well of course they will continue to undermine whatever we do, simply because they remain losers. The TV pundits have it right, The Democrats are the party of NO! No ideas, no clear plans except to obstruct whatever work needs to be done to strengthen our nation and our national unity.

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