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Published: Thursday, April 25 2013 1:30 p.m. MDT

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HS Fan
Salt Lake City, UT

No mention of him leaving office anywhere in this article. I would have to put that as the "best" moment by far.

American Fork, UT

The end of it. Far and away the best moment.

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

I dont think barack has a good moment yet.

Saint George, UT

I miss this guy, he may not be perfect, but he was a man who stood tall and strong for what he believed in and fought for the greater good.

Ogden, UT

The best oment of the GWBush "presidency" came when it was done, and the people ofthe Uited States didn't have to suffer him any more. He had no principles and no concern for the America people. Bad as President Obama may be, he is infinitely better than George. Good riddance.

Iron Rod
Salt Lake City, UT

Is some P.R. firm trying to rewrite history?

What is with the flurry of articles praising GWB currently?

Five years ago people would have laughed at those articles.

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT


Was it when he was:

"selected", and not "elected".
his "axis of evil" speech
his unfunded invasion of Afghanistan
his unfunded invasion of Iraq
his tax cuts to the uber-wealthy.
his "Mission Accomplished" landing on an aircraft carrier
his torching the entire U.S. economy on fire and playing his fiddle as it burned to the ground.

For the life of me,
the best moment of his Presidency was watching the Limosuine driving from the WhiteHouse for the last time.

Iron Rod
Salt Lake City, UT

Ten year anniversary of his 'Mission Accomplished" landing on an aircraft carrier. Big foto op. How many people know he did not land the plane himself?

Salt Lake City, UT

I agree, Thriller, he may not have been perfect...heck, he may have mishandled every situation and been utterly incompetent, but as you put it:

"he was a man who stood tall and strong for what he believed in and fought for the greater good."


West Point , UT

I'm just going to be as diplomatic and objective as I can. The American people have suffered through poor leadership for the entirety of the 21st century. Here's hoping that the future will bring leaders with more integrity, intelligence, and self sacrifice than the two clowns who have sat in the Oval Office these last three terms. Is there a Reagan or FDR somewhere in our midst? The days of Jefferson and Lincoln are over so can't we just have the next best thing. I would even take Bill Clinton at this point...the scandals by these last two men make Monica Lewinsky scandal look like a bad episode of Melrose Place which is funny in restrospect because everyone had jobs and the dollar was actually worth something.

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