Friday, March 20, 2009

Class: It Is Something You Either Have, Or You Don't

Respecting a tradition going back to the first Presidents of the US (less Clinton or Carter), Bush refuses to criticize the current President
"I love my country a lot more than I love politics," Mr Bush said in Calgary, Canada. "I think it is essential that he (Obama) be helped in office."
Until Carter and Clinton who trampled this unwritten rule under their feet, it was a big taboo for an outgoing President to bash on the incoming President. I know it sure would be easy for Bush to say something like, "It's a lot harder than it looks isn't it Barak?"...
Yet Bush doesn't say a word about the performance of the current White House resident and on the contrary he asks the American people to support Obama.

Meanwhile at the White House, Obama found the culprit for the current economic mess. It's Bush, of course. The fact that for 5 years we enjoyed unprecedented economic growth combined with record low unemployment numbers and the economic downturn coincided with the Democrats gaining control of the Congress, that's just a coincidence. is true what they say about class. You either have it or you don't.

1 comment:

Mats said...

May God bless Bush