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Hey, McClellan, WE Remember Your Boss Saying He Consults With A ‘Higher Father’

Posted on | October 10, 2005 | No Comments


(Guardian) George Bush: ‘God told me to end the tyranny in Iraq’

(AFP) White House denies Bush claimed divine inspiration

And in case you can’t remember it, the words of Bob Woodward as quoted by CBS News: Having given the order, the president walked alone around the circle behind the White House. Months later, he told Woodward: “As I walked around the circle, I prayed that our troops be safe, be protected by the Almighty. Going into this period, I was praying for strength to do the Lord’s will. I’m surely not going to justify war based upon God. Understand that. Nevertheless, in my case, I pray that I be as good a messenger of his will as possible. And then, of course, I pray for forgiveness.”
Did Mr. Bush ask his father for any advice? “I asked the president about this. And President Bush said, ‘Well, no,’ and then he got defensive about it,” says Woodward. “Then he said something that really struck me. He said of his father, ‘He is the wrong father to appeal to for advice. The wrong father to go to, to appeal to in terms of strength.’ And then he said, ‘There’s a higher Father that I appeal to.'”

Saying he’s doing God’s Will sounds a helluva lot like saying that God let him in on what He wanted to me 🙂


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