Stuff Bush Didn’t Do, Illustrated


Google+ friend Joe Kidd shared a Doug Ross @ Journal post that was a response to “Photos that mean something…” I posted about President G. W. Bush. So I am sharing that here on my blog.

 

JRH 5/7/14

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Stuff Bush Didn’t Do, Illustrated

 

Doug Ross @ Journal

FEBRUARY 13, 2014

 

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Stuff Bush Didn't Do illustrated

Photos that mean something…


A friend of mine sent a pictorial email of President G. W. Bush. The pictorial begins with “He made some mistakes but this wasn’t one of them. Attitude tells a lot about a person. And the pictorial ends with these words which should bring to mind a very dishonest President: “Have you seen any photos like these in the last 6 years?

 

JRH 5/6/14 (Hat Tip Stephen H.)

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Photos that mean something…

Sent: 5/5/2014 6:28 PM

 

He made some mistakes but this wasn’t one of them. Attitude tells a lot about a person.

 

If a hug is needed, don’t be shy!

 If a hug is needed, don't be shy

 

No one appreciates a firm handshake more than a soldier.

 No one appreciates a firm handshake more than a soldier.

 

If they prefer not to shake hands…

 If they prefer not to shake hands…

 

…then a chest bump will do.

 …then a chest bump will do.

 

Just make sure you do a duck face afterward so they can laugh at you.

 Just make sure you do a duck face afterward so they can laugh at you.

 

Admire their medals. They were hard-earned.

Admire their medals. They were hard-earned. 

 

Always treat their families with great respect.

 Always treat their families with great respect.

 

They have been through more than you could imagine.

 They have been through more than you could imagine.

 

Laugh with them!

 Laugh with them!

 

Laughter is a medicine that works 102% of the time.

Laughter is a medicine that works 102% of the time. 

 

It’s important that you treat a soldier the way you would treat your own family.

It's important that you treat a soldier the way you would treat your own family. 

 

If you know a soldier, call them on the 4th of July.

 If you know a soldier, call them on the 4th of July.

 

It will make their day!

 It will make their day

 

Or you can Skype them.

Or you can Skype them. 

 

Each soldier has an amazing story.

 Each soldier has an amazing story.

 

Listen.

 Listen.

 

Listening is often the best gift you can give someone.

Listening is often the best gift you can give someone. 

 

Give them a hug! Soldiers love getting hugged because most of them are big softies deep down.

 Give them a hug

 

Do a sport with them.

 Do a sport with them.

 

Soldiers love being active. President Bush golfs with wounded veterans at the Warrior Open tournament.

 Soldiers love being active.

 

Make sure you are respectful.

 Make sure you are respectful.

 

Serve them a big dinner if you can. Lots of meat.

 Serve them a big dinner if you can. Lots of meat.

 

But if you only have a minute, look them square in the eye…

But if you only have a minute, look them square in the eye… 

 

And say, Thank you.

 And say, Thank you.

 

We promise you they will appreciate it.

 We promise you they will appreciate it.

 

God Bless America!

God Bless America 

 

 

Have you seen any photos like these in the last 6 years? I haven’t either.