WELCOME PRESIDENT George W. Bush
George W. Bush took the oath as the nation's 43rd president - January 20, 2005. He promises better, more democratic world.
President Bush pledged to work to heal a country divided by the Iraq war and vowed to advance freedom against "rulers of outlaw regimes" as he was sworn in for a second term on Thursday.
The plain-spoken Bush also had a blunt message for leaders who oppose democracy, as he spoke on a wintry day before thousands gathered at the U.S. Capitol and millions watching the display of flag-waving pageantry on television.
"The rulers of outlaw regimes can know that we still believe as Abraham Lincoln did: 'Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves; and, under the rule of a just God, cannot long retain it,"' he said in his address.
He said advancing the ideals of self-government across the world "is the urgent requirement of our nation's security."
Long Live America
What can the President do for the world's best country and it's people in his second term ?
"We want . . . an honest and hard working President." One that is proud to be from the United States . . . our favorite country. We want a President that is in the White House that is sure to work for a better America. If not, send him mail and tell him what you need. He needs to make every effort to provide satisfaction within the bounds of what is good for the entire nation and is within our nation's economic bounds. He needs to work hard to reduce taxes! Not spend all our money and never give it back if there is more than required by a sensible and necessary budget.
His primary contract with the voters should include:
Hillary Clinton was arrogant and orally abusive to her security detail. She forbade her daughter, Chelsea, from exchanging pleasantries with them. Sometimes Chelsea, miffed at her mother's obvious conceit and mean spiritedness ignored her demands and exchanged pleasantries regardless, but never in her mother's presence.Chelsea really was a nice, kindhearted, and lovely young lady. The consensus of opinion was that Chelsea loved her Mom but did not like her. Hillary Clinton was continuously rude and abrasive to those who were charged to protect her life. Her security detail dutifully did their job, as professionals should, but they all loathed her and wanted to be on a different detail. Hillary Clinton was despised by the Secret Service as a whole. Former President Bill Clinton was much more amiable than his wife. Often the Secret Service would cringe at the verbal attacks Hillary would use against her husband. They were embarrassed for his sake by the manner and frequency in which she verbally insulted him, sometimes in the presence of the Secret Service, and sometimes behind closed doors. Even behind closed doors Hillary Clinton would scream and holler so loudly that everyone could hear what she was saying. Many felt sorry for President Clinton and most wondered why he tolerated it instead of just divorcing his "attack dog" wife. It was crystal clear that the Clinton's neither liked nor respected each other and this was true long before the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Theirs was genuinely a "marriage of convenience." Chelsea was much closer to her father than her mother, even after the Lewinsky scandal, which hurt her gravely. Bill Clinton did in fact have charisma, and occasionally would smile at or shake hands with his security detail. Still, he always displayed an obvious air of superiority towards them. His security detail uniformly believed him to be disingenuous, false, and that he did nothing without a motive that in some way would enhance his image and political career. He was polite, but not kind. They did not particularly like him and nobody trusted him.
Secret Service Observations
This page changed on January 2005