Thursday, February 7, 2008

Laura Bush To Speak At Lincoln Ceremony


News today from the Courier-Journal of Louisville, Kentucky that Laura Bush is going to speak at the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site on Tuesday February 12 during the kickoff ceremonies for the Lincoln Bicentennial celebration. President Bush had been invited to speak, but apparently has some schedule conflicts in Washington, D.C. that day.

A pity, really, since the president and his supporters are trying all sorts of contortions in order to somehow equate his legacy to that of Lincoln's. What a golden opportunity he's missing.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Here is the url of the blog from the Archives of the Sandusky Library if you would like to take a look:


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Linkorn said...

Agree. What a shame that the sitting prez cannot speak here. You don't salute the man, you salute the uniform. This celebration of American's greatest citizen should be of utmost importance.

John Ruberry said...

TR in the age or railroads found the time to make it to Hodgenville in 1909.

Right, too bad about Prez Bush

 
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