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Thank Goodness Our President Isn’t a Lawyer

To all Democrat lawyers in Congress, please take note.

President Bush is not a lawyer and as such has prospects for being a great and famous war time "general" as commander in chief, according to history.

I have researched, to some degree, the issue of famous military generals who were also lawyers. I cannot find one. Lawyers do not make great military generals, history reveals, and certainly not any Democrat, liberal, progressive lawyers.

War, that is in fact the American Revolutionary War, preceded the U.S. Constitution. The Revolutionary War was not fought and won by a famous lawyer military general. Spies and traitors at that time are today\’s equivalent of terrorists. Spies did not wear uniforms nor act as conventional soldiers. They were coercively interrogated and then hung or shot. No court order was necessary to investigate and trap them and their co-conspirators.

Only the left objects through its Democratic lawyer-general "wanna-bees" forsaken by history itself.

Our most famous general, George Washington, of the American Revolution, was not a lawyer.

Another was Gen. George Patton of World War II. He was not a lawyer either.

Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower of World War II was not a lawyer.

In more recent times, there is Gen. Tommy Franks, who is not a lawyer.

Clearly, the liberals — who I’ll call "lawyers pretending to be generals" — are critics of President Bush. They are Democratic lawyers, with one leg in each of the two branches of government simultaneously. The "make believe" military generals such as Senators Harry Reid, Hillary Clinton, Charles Schumer, Russ Feingold, Ted Kennedy and the rest of the more than 50 percent of the senators who are also "officers of the courts" are clearly incapable of predicting the past in order to properly protect the future. Thus they are endangering America’s future, for they doom us to repeat history.

Notably, Democratic President Bill Clinton was a lawyer and he performed very poorly in the defense of America.

Therefore, my advice to the lawyers in whatever part of the government they serve: Leave well enough alone, for they now tread heavily on the tranquility of the American people, through being "stuck on stupid" about how to wage war.

Once the constant carping by the Democratic lawyers and their champions in the smug "liberal" media see that "General" George W. Bush wins the war in Iraq, I believe that "they" will all together be done for. Time will continue to prove the great "General" Bush was, and is, correct on the war on terror methods.

Lawyers, as we all know, are trained to defend anyone. That is to say they are trained to both prosecute someone based upon the alleged facts and at the same time be able to defend anyone based upon the same set of facts. This seems to surgically remove the conscience of the individual. What is right? What is wrong? That is no way to fight a war.

It also seems that there are those who are not affected by this law school brain washing process. Mostly I notice that those who are or become conservatives politically are the unaffected. There maybe more here than meets my eye!

It seems to me that there is now a "six star" general serving as our President. Mr. Bush, pay the pretenders no mind. You are the commander in chief for and of the defense of America and have so far done a famous job. All my accolades and plaudits go out to you.

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Mr. Weinstein is an activist who was once the innocent target of New Jersey prosecutor Nicholas Bissel. The indictment against him was dismissed with prejudice.

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