George Bush, like it or not, has done a great job as the president of the United States. No one is perfect and he has his flaws. Who doesn't? But overall he has been a gracious man and a competent leader and manager. He has liberated two countries from the grip of genocidal tyrannies. His role to help spread democracy and freedom around the world has strengthened the oppressed beyond any doubt. Yes, he's been ineffective on Iran but after all I have read and heard I have come to believe that it is not his fault. The advisers and career diplomats in the State Dept have done any thing they could to ruin his "I want to free Iran" agenda at any given chance. But there are areas where President Bush's legacy is stellar and one area is Africa. Read this article to see for yourself. His critics are praising him for the role President Bush has played to elevate the lives of millions of Africans.
Last year, leftist Bob Geldof also praised Bush's policies in Africa. History will judge Mr. Bush fairly at the end of the day. He is hated because he led people to do difficult things. He will be remembered as a great leader and a wonderful person. Leftists, those suffering from Bush's Derangement Syndrome and loonie liberals are in for a shock when Bush's biography and diaries are released.