Tuesday, May 10, 2005

President Bush In Georgia

I enjoy reading about and posting on the President's trips to Eastern European countries more than most other events. Most Eastern Europeans, unlike their counterparts on the other side of the continent, understand and appreciate the role America plays in keeping them free. They understand the strength it takes for a leader to fight the naysayers and lead people, through force or diplomacy, to greater freedom. Unlike the average American college student, young people in Eastern Europe appreciate the sacrifice it takes to become and remain a free peoples. The countries and the people of Eastern Europe will be among our greatest allies in the future, and we will owe their allegiance to great men like Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush.

More here.

It remains a truism that those who yearn for freedom continue to look to AMerica for guideance and hope, despite what the opposition party in this country might say.

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