SCC thanks GWB

While he is/was not perfect, he was vastly superior to either of the alternatives (Gore in 2000 and Kerry in 2004), and we will likely be regretting what we constitutionally will exchange him for beginning January 20, 2009.  Still, considering what the world threw at our country, he has done a good job and even though much of what has transpired over the course of the last couple of months will be attached to his legacy, he is owed an expression of thanks.  And Steven Curtis Chapman felt inspired to do just that in song.

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3 Responses to SCC thanks GWB

  1. leewilson7170 says:

    chuck i decided it was time to put your blog on my blogroll.

    thanks for keeping up with my blog and throwing a comment out there every now and again.

    you always have something helpful to say and it usually makes me laugh. the perfect combo.

    (actually when it comes to combos I prefer the peperoni … no offense)

    -Lee

  2. Chuck says:

    Lee:

    Thanks for the kind words and for putting me on your blogroll. I shall add Re: Wilsons to mine.

    Even though we have never met, I have enjoyed reading your thoughts as well as those that Beth occasionally posts. You all are an impressive young couple and I look forward to following your adventures in parenthood and life in ministry.

    To the extent you have not already done so, you can check with Brandon to find out a bit more about who I am. Or we can get that done between the two of us, off-line.

  3. Leigh says:

    Thanks Steven Curtis Chapman. I can remember the first time we saw him in concert at First Baptist Church in Houston, TX. Ross and Lauren were little kids and we actually sat in about the third row – up close and personal. Your personal favorite for quite a long time!

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