Monday, May 09, 2005

FDR Rolls Over in His Grave: Bush Denounces Yalta!

Though he will receive no MSM credit for his remarks, President Bush made a very bold, very accurate, and very long overdue speech yesterday in which he not only condemned the Soviets for cruelly subjugating Eastern Europe after WW II but criticized the U.S. compliance of that tragic act too.

He doesn't always get it right...but it is this kind of independent courage and principle that makes "old school" fellows like myself appreciate him so.

Though admirers of the likes of FDR and Alger Hiss will be going crazy over Bush's remarks, the admirers of the likes of Whittaker Chambers, Malcolm Muggeridge, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Ronald Reagan, and Generals Patton, Bradley and MacArthur have good reason to smile. Way to go, W!