Thursday, April 17, 2008

We can always find the work of the Almighty in our state


This morning at the White House Bush met with children who had been awarded the President’s Environmental Youth Awards. They flew in from all over the country...

Bush explained conservation to them: “One way to dedicate ourselves to conservation is to take that which is already in existence and make it better.”

And he made with the God talk, which is especially annoying when he does it in front of children: “I appreciate the fact that you know that we live in a country of unbelievable splendor and beauty, and no matter which state we call home, we can always find the work of the Almighty in our state.” Except Alabama, of course.

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