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November 28, 2003
I bring a message on behalf of America: We thank you for your service, we're proud of you, and America stands solidly behind you. Together, you and I have taken an oath to defend our country.
You're honoring that oath. The United States military is doing a fantastic job. You are defeating the terrorists here in Iraq, so that we don't have to face them in our own country. You're defeating Saddam's henchmen, so that the people of Iraq can live in peace and freedom.
Each one of you has answered a great call, participating in an historic moment in world history. You live by a code of honor, of service to your nation, with the safety and the security of your fellow citizens. Our military is full of the finest people on the face of the earth. I'm proud to be your commander in chief. I bring greetings from America. May God bless you all.
I daily thank God that we have a President who is an honorable man, who genuinely cares for our troops (one of which, I might remind you, I used to be) and who has devoted himself to the protection and preservation of our nation, the "last best hope of Earth."

This is a President of whom we can and ought to be proud.

Posted by Russ at 10:18 AM, November 28, 2003 in Nat'l Security & Politics & Quotes

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Posted by: Kirk at November 28, 2003 10:55 PM

My cousin was in that room when President Bush walked in. He told me that there wasn't a dry eye in the house, and that the President's visit did a lot to fire the troops up and renew their sense of purpose. (Not that it was lagging. It was just such a surprise! He said that the very idea that our Commander in Chief would fly all that way to spend a couple of hours with the troops, only to load up and fly all the way back was deeply touching.)

He also told me that when he and his buddies heard about the Hildebeast's bleating later, you could hear the jeers and boos throughout the camp. They're comparing her to Hanoi Jane.

I agree that we can be proud of President Bush. He has been a rock for this nation ever since 9/11.

Posted by: Linda at December 10, 2003 11:53 PM