Dear Mr. President,
I hope retirement is treating you well. How are Laura and the girls?!? 41's internet sock phenomenon was awesome.
I'm writing today because, with Syria in the news, people are talking about you.
You know, what I would say and maybe a little bit of a different view here. I think what really is freaking people out is the incompetence of the Bush administration in Iraq.Sgt. Schultz on MSNBC:
Best of all was Timothy Egan in the New York Times:
Blame Bush? Of course, President Obama has to lead; it’s his superpower now, his armies to move, his stage. But the prior president gave every world leader, every member of Congress a reason to keep the dogs of war on a leash. The isolationists in the Republican Party are a direct result of the Bush foreign policy. A war-weary public that can turn an eye from children being gassed — or express doubt that it happened — is another poisoned fruit of the Bush years. And for the nearly 200 members of both houses of Congress who voted on the Iraq war in 2002 and are still in office and facing a vote this month, Bush shadows them like Scrooge’s ghost.Mr. President, thank you for keeping America out of Obama's War in Syria.
Mr. President, thank you for disappearing for 12 hours while a(n)
Mr President, thank you for overthrowing Mubarak, and keeping America out of Obama's War in Syria.
Mr. President, thank you for ignoring the Iranian Green Revolution and keeping America out of Obama's War in Syria.
Mr. President, thank you for delivering a timetable to our enemies in Afghanistan and keeping America out of Obama's War in Syria.
Since you control events, Mr. President, America owes you a debt for slowing down Obama's war in Syria.
September 7, 2013
P.S. Next time you talk to Roger, make sure you tell him to vote NO on Syria.