The Atlantic thought it would be a good idea to explain how the late President George H.W. Bush, who died less than two days ago, had good manners but didn’t possess moral courage.
— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) December 2, 2018
What a thing to write about someone who has just died.
— Archmage Melvyl (@melvyl) December 2, 2018
Only took @TheAtlantic a couple of days to whip out a partisan trash take dragging an American President and hero
— Aldous Huxley's Ghost™ (@AF632) December 2, 2018
Also, why is anyone questioning the moral courage of a man who became the youngest fighter pilot in Navy history, flew 58 combat missions during World War II and who survived his plane being shot down over the Pacific Ocean?
He literally flew combat missions in World War II https://t.co/LMSp0mOOWo
— Sam (@sammlongg) December 2, 2018
— Jonathan R. Brodo (@JonBrodo) December 2, 2018
Now imagine if a conservative had said this about … dunno … Barack Obama?
"Barack Obama may have been a man of class and grace, argues @AnyConservativePundit, but good manners are hardly the same as moral courage when it came to Syria"
Picture it. Unemployed the next day. https://t.co/eOUiZQiCCD
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) December 2, 2018
Not agreeing with Bush’s policies as a president or legislator is one thing.
Questioning the moral courage of a man who died less than two days ago is quite another.