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President Bush Deserves A Standing Ovation - As He Exits

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Richard O. Jones
Most people, except for those with divine prophesy, fail to see Gods’ hand in a developing event. For instance, God’s blueprint for an Obama presidency might have begun in 1991, when President George H.W. Bush nominated Clarence Thomas, a conservative Black man, to the Supreme Court, which fueled the anger of many Blacks. Nevertheless, nine years later when the Bush/Gore presidential election had to be decided by the Supreme Court, Bush
won a 5-4 decision. Public records confirm that Clarence Thomas voted for Bush, which sealed the presidency. History now tells us that the George W. Bush presidency paved the path for a Barack Obama presidency.

Another example of God at work is the fact that under Bush’s Administration, the Continent of Africa has received more money to battle AIDS than under any other American president. Bush has more than doubled U.S. development assistance to Africa from about $10 billion in 2000 to
$23 billion in 2006 and urges Congress to double aid again before he leaves office. \

Without Bush, although many Blacks are against him, perhaps, millions of more Africans would have died of various health issues.

The Iraq War cost Bush a great deal of public resentment. However, let’s put things in proper perspective. If it hadn’t been the attack on America on September 11, 2001, Bush would not have sent our troops to Afghanistan in search of Osama Bin Laden. However, it was President Bill Clinton who allowed America’s enemy Bin Laden to slip through his fingers, which led to 3,000 plus people being killed in New York on 9/11. Therefore, theoretically, former soul brother, Clintons’ inadvertent goof-up cost Bush a plummeting popularity, which further squeaked the door open for Obama.

In 2004, Bush selected, a Black man, Colin Powell, as Secretary of State. Colin eventually resigned, which caused Bush to select Condoleezza Rice as the first Black female to the position of Secretary of State.

By 2008, the American people were so angry with President Bush for the economy, the war, and Hurricane Katrina, which the news media slanted against his administration, that it paved a clear path for Obama, who was later endorsed by Colin Powell, to become president of the United States.

Today, the three most popular and trusted public servants in the United States are Barack Obama, Colin Powell, and Condolezza Rice all of which were made possible by God’s use of President Bush.

Let us give Bush a standing ovation – as he exits. By the way, let’s give Justice Clarence Thomas a nod too.

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