And, predictably, its being ignored by the mainstream media. Before he went to the G8 summit, he spoke to a conference in Prague organized by President Havel and Natan Scharansky (more on them in another post).
One blogger, at the Jewish Review, named Bush our most eloquent president ever, based on this speech.
That blog entry is worth reading.
Commit an act of rebellion. Read Bush’s speech for yourself.
Read it slowly.
Imagine it being delivered out loud. Imagine how it must have reverberated with men and women who had been imprisoned and tortured for years in the cause of freedom.
And then, give thanks to God that he appointed George Bush to be president for eight years.
Director, Schaeffer Study Center
“Freedom is the non-negotiable right of every man, woman, and child, and the path to lasting peace in our world is liberty.” – George W. Bush
PS: Do I detect the hand of Tony Snow in the text of the president’s speech?