October 30, 2004

What Is a War President?

Franklin D. Roosevelt's grandson assesses George W. Bush's performance

A War President isn't self-proclaimed. A president becomes a true War President by leadership that inspires followers at home and abroad. And most importantly, a War President never loses sight of the goals of true peace with honor.

For Bush to grant himself this title is an insult to my grandfather and the inspired leaders who led this country in wars that were just. To put it simply, George W. Bush has not earned the right to be called a War President. Read the whole story

Posted by Crazy Eddie at October 30, 2004 12:35 AM
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One day Bush is the war president and the next day he is the peace president - Flip flop!

Posted by: mikey1@cox.net at October 30, 2004 02:48 PM