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Published: Monday, Jan. 28 2008 12:00 a.m. MST

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It's so sad to see the moral decay in the liberals and Democrats in this country. The hatred they have in their hearts and in the inability to allow others to disagree with them is sad. They cannot even let the President give a statement on the passing of the Profit without making it political. I hope all of us here Brothers and Sisters pray for them and ask that Heavenly Father will soften their hard hearts.


If you anti bushys express hostility, I don't think Pres. Hinckley would like it. Decatur, Tex.


President Hinckley was a true Prophet of the Lord. His love had no end . . .no boundaries. He will be missed. I am glad to know that this world is not the end, just a moment in our lives. It is comforting to know that President Hinckley is now with his wife and others who have gone on before.


I am saddened to hear of his passing..He is loved by all and will be missed and has set an example for all of us to stand a little taller and try a little harder. I can't wait to meet him on the other side...


Indeed our Prophet, Seer and Revelator! Led by Example...He was fore-ordained to lead us in this dispensation and we are so ever-grateful to have been under his divine guidance...We will miss him tremendously and know that he would want us to continue in the path that would lead us back to our Heavenly Father....

Dolly Soriano

I am saddened to hear Pres. Hinckley's passing at the same time I feel good that he is now with his beloved wife. He's such a great Phophet and a great leader..


Is mr. packer next?


I to am saddened by the passing of such a great man. most importantally, the comments by Pres. Bush are probably the most intelligent things he's ever said.


I to was saddened by the passing of such a great man. I was also impressed by George Bush's words. Probably the most intelligent words he has spoken to date.


Nice to know even in the passing of such a loving gentle man that "ALL" the politicians are out doing their thing....I thought this was a commentary to the prophet, not a political board.

Angelina Pollock

We are very grateful that President Bush said something so very kind and nice about our President and Prophet, Gordon B. Hinckley. We all loved President Hinckley so very much, and will miss him tremendously. He was truly a remarkable man in every way. My family so dearly loved him, and all his many wonderful spiritual teachings. A true man chosen of God.

God bless his lovely family... We love them all!


Prophets and Apostles cant be judgemental. They love everyone. Even those who are in deep darkness! Gordon B. Hinckley was a good and holy man. If you read some of his recent comments, he was fully aware of what was going on in America and in the world. George Bush says he'll miss his friend Gordon Hinckley. Lets hope he'll now follow Pres. Hinckleys example, drop his Skull and Bones, Bohemian Grove, Globalist connections, repent and follow the Lord. Peace be upon the new President of the Lords church, Thomas Spencer Monson.


It is so sad to learn of President Hinckleys passing. He was truely a great man, and leader. He will be truely missed by everyone that knew him.

Memory Lord

Thanks for your kind words Mr President. Our Prophet Was A Great Man & Loved His Family In The Church. He Is With His Heavenly Home Now. We Will See Him Again.

AudreyElli lds and PROUD OF IT

President Hinkley is one of the best people in the world. Please just say you are sad for his family and friends not attack him or Bush. Bush is great too. We loved him at the beginning of the war.
President Hinkley we are sad at your passing but very happy that you are now with your beloved wife. It is so great that a person can have such love for another person like he did for his wife. Thank you for your years of service to us the members of your church. It will be very hard to fill your shoes for anyone that has to do it. Like President Kimball whom I once met you had a great spiritualness about you. Thank you for being a worthy example to all the members and all the world. We will miss you very much. Audrey, Chris, and Eric Elli.


Ok, I am going to try this again. I had a complete one and lost the whole thing.... ich!

I love and respect President Hinckley a great deal. I shall miss his wonderful personality, humor and the joy and stability that he brought. I am grateful to President Bush for all that he does for this nation and for these sweet comments... Thank you so much President Bush!

Can you imagine the sweet reunions that President Hinckley is having on the other side of the veil? Not only his beloved wife, but can you imagine the reunion between himself and Pres. Faust and Neal A Maxwell??? How about David O. McKay or Heber J. Grant? Can you imagine his meeting with Joseph Smith and the Saviour? (not necessarily in that order!)

oh well, I thank God for 2 great men, President Hinckley a great prophet and a great leader for the world of the gospel; and President Bush, a courageous and good human being and a great leader for our nation and the world.....

Sister Christy Black

I appreciate Your loving and sincere comments Brother and Sister Bush. We are all children of our Heavenly Father who loves us all. Because we are children of Heavenly father that does truly make you and your wife my Brother and Sister. If President Hinckly were here he to would that you for your friendship and love. Thank You!!! We love our Dear Prophet and we love that you too pray to God. Thank You!!! Your Sister Christy Black

Ken H

Thank-You President Bush for heartfelt words that honored President Hinckley he was afriend to all and a Prophet to many.

Ron in OC

Re: Anonymous. You make some off the wall comments but don't have the courage to use your name. I'm really impressed.

thanks president

Although not necessary or needed it is very gracious of the President to be so thoughtful as to write a letter regarding President Hinckley's passing. Thanks Pres. Bush.

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