From the Publisher
Thank You, President Bush brings together the nation's leading conservatives to offer a thorough, hard-hitting look at Bush's leadership through a challenging period of war, terrorism, recession and recovery. Together in print for the first time, this all-star cast of contributors includes:
* George Shultz on Bush's bold foreign policy and necessary invasion of Iraq
* Art Laffer on the supply-side benefits of the Bush tax cuts
* James Dobson on the defense of family values and the unborn
* Phyllis Schlafly on protecting U.S. sovereignty from UN encroachment
* Mike Huckabee on Bush's strong character and bold convictions
As the most authoritative and in-depth analysis of the Bush Administration to date, this readable book shows why George W. Bush earned a return to the Oval Office and--in the process--proved himself worthy of his nation's gratitude.
From the Inside Flap
Yet the President's strong performance has not deterred a chorus of shrill critics from taking to the airwaves and bookstores to denounce his character and distort his record. These misrepresentations must not go unanswered. An unprecedented collection of conservative and libertarian policy leaders have banded together here to make the case that the Bush-bashers are wrong; George W. Bush's record is not merely good, but among the very best. He is a President of whom we can be proud.
With chapters written by the President's brother, the Vice President, the Attorney General, former members of the Reagan Administration, and a host of the nation's leading commentators and scholars, Thank You, President Bush offers an unmatched perspective on Bush's tenure in office.
Read this book and you'll learn:
How the war on terror and liberation of Iraq have dealt body blows to the terrorists while advancing both security and freedom.
How the President's tax cuts ignited an economic boom despite a stock market crash, 9/11, and corporate scandals.
How the President's unswerving faith has made him a powerful ally of women, infants, and children.
How a man even many conservatives derided five years ago has become the greatest conservative championfrom missile defense and gun rights to economic reforms and abortionsince Ronald Reagan himself.
Though the authors take a dim view of the class warfare arguments of John Kerry and John Edwards, they do not take the tone of Michael Moore: this is not an attack book aimed at the "other guy." Rather, it is a thought-provoking, highly-readable look at the achievements of President George W. Bush; and it is one which no conservativeor curious liberalcan afford to do without.