Never Forget: Thanksgiving of 2003


The top left photo, by the way, is of the non-plastic turkey leftards still haven’t figured out is real. Tim Blair has untold gobs of fun with that.

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8 Responses to “Never Forget: Thanksgiving of 2003”

  1. Rebecca H Says:

    Yup. Contrast the faces of the soldiers in one set of pictures with the faces in the other set, and you can see how appreciative the troops were to see Her Royal Hillary.

  2. Dminor Says:

    I hope that’s not a plastic spoon she’s got there.

  3. tizona Says:

    Dminor…No No, my lad. Spoon is real…Person is plastic.

  4. spot_the_dog Says:

    As regards the genuineness of President Bush, I still love this photo of him hugging a young girl – it is just so unstaged, he looks so kind, and the girl looks so comfortable with him.

  5. Angus Dei Says:

    That’s my favorite too, Spot.

    I’m disappointed in some of the policy choices W has made, but he’s a fundamentally decent human being, and the fact that the left has demonized him to the point of derangement is the most classic case of projection I can think of.

  6. spot_the_dog Says:

    #5, I too have made no secret of being sorely disappointed by some of GWB’s policy decisions, especially in his second term, although overall I still think he’s done a pretty good job. He’s certainly not the “absolute worst President ever” the way so many lefties claim.

    But there’s just no way that any of the lefty Bush Derangement Syndrome sufferers understand that. To them, if you don’t agree with them that he’s single-handedly responsible for all of the ills of the world, you’re a stupid red-neck Bush worshiper (but usually put in cruder terms!). They seem to only be able to comprehend black and white – there’s no room for anything in between.

  7. Ash Says:

    Bush deserves none of the absolute crap that the Left deal out to him.

    It’s one thing to criticise his policies, a complete other to think that he’s Satan personified.

  8. saltydog Says:

    I always appreciate seeing myself, as well.

    Those who know me know that I have been highly critical of Bush and the conduct of the war, among other policies I’ve problems with. There is an enormous difference between that and blaming him for blowing up the Towers, lying us into Iraq, causing hurricane Katrina just to get some giggles when people suffered, and all the rest of the crap that passes for political commentary these days.

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