Know that warm feeling in your heart? ....watch out...it's the 'fire of freedom'
George W. Bush was officially sworn in to begin his second term as president of the United States Thursday, promising to pursue "the expansion of freedom for the peoples of the world."
(You think Papa bought him a brand new grammar book?)
Bush then went on to call freedom a fire that "burns those who fight its progress. And one day this untamed fire of freedom will reach the darkest corners of our world."
(Yes lets 'expand' the freedome. Someone give him the franchise hotline for McDonalds. Oh he go it already.)
He especially warmed the hearts of everyone by appealing directly to young Americans watching the ceremony, asking them to take inspiration from soldiers serving overseas and consider enlisting to boost the country's severely strapped military forces.
"You have seen that life is fragile and evil is real and courage triumphs," he said. "Make the choice to serve the cause... You will add not just to the wealth of our country but to its character."
(The man has to be an expert in doublethink if he can call life fragile and then ask 18year olds to go out there and die for his company. )
At this point, a 15 year old Iraqi boy has set himself on fire and last seen running down the streets of Bagdad screaming 'I'm free I'm free. Free atlast' .