This is what I mailed to President Bush in a letter:
Dear Mr. President
I'm an Iranian living in Canada and ever since your election in the year 2000 I have been a supporter of your actions and leadership. I am so glad that I got to see your presidency. I am also happier that you never gave in to the ridiculous demands of your critics to directly negotiate with the terrorist regime of Iran. It means a lot to us Iranians and it really warmed our hearts to know that we have had a friend in the White House who never gave legitimacy to the ruling Mullahs of Iran through direct negotiations. Although I wish you had helped the Iranian people decide their future by overthrowing the current regime. Nevertheless, it is my duty to remember that you're a great man with a good heart.
I have meant to write you this letter of appreciation for a long while and today it is my turn to say thank you for what you have done. I am grateful that your great country liberated two enslaved nations in one of the most brutal regions of the world. And I am grateful to you for empowering the pro-freedom people of the middle-east to stand for themselves. And I do appreciate your message of support for the Iranian people in particular. It meant a lot to us and we'll never forget you. You'll be greatly missed.
I will definitely miss you and your great leadership and I shall be defending you and your presidential legacy forever. The purpose of this short message was to thank you for what you have done. You and your amazing family will always be in my thoughts and I wish you and Mrs. Laura Bush a happy and successful private life. Please take good care…