Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Obama Does Something Bush Never Did

Yesterday President Obama did something the President Bush never did. He admitted he made a mistake. After Tom Daschle redrew his nomination for health and human resource secretary President Obama said "I screwed up." He went on to explain "And I take responsibility for it and we're going to make sure we fix it so it doesn't happen again." In eight years in office Bush never admitted to any mistakes. Even after not finding WMD in Iraq it wasn't his mistake. Bush never did anything he had to apologize for, at least in his own eyes. I like the fact that we have a President that can admit to making a mistake. As President he's bound to make some. Admit it and move on. Which is what he's done.

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Starrlight said...

I like that about him too!

JohnH985 said...

It's nice that we have a President that can actually admit he made a mistake and move on.

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