Is President Bush (#41) Trying to Stop Anti-Obama Protestors?

President Obama is scheduled to visit  Texas A&M on Friday, October 16, 2009. 

As 2 On the Beat has reported, many Tea Party Groups and other Anti-Obama groups are planning to protest.

Former President George H.W. Bush today released a letter that could be interpreted as an attempt to stop an embarrassing protest against President Obama.

What do you think?

(The Letter)

Howdy!  As you have probably heard, I have invited the 44th President of  the United States of  America to come visit the Bush Library and Texas A&M, and President Obama has graciously accepted. 

Along with the administration, faculty , and so  many of you, I am honored that The President, our President,  is taking the time and making the effort  to come to College Station on October to talk about an issue that unites all Americans, namely community service and its vast importance to our continued well-being as a Nation.  Our country still faces many tough challenges , and the message that will come out of  our Presidential  Forum on Service, I hope, is that every American regardless of age has ain important part to play in helping us overcome the obstacles to our common progress.

This is not about politics.  This is about the importance of service to our communities and our country.

It would be hard to imagine a more deserving college campus to host a Presidential Forum on volunteerism and community service than Texas A&M, which is, after all, a school steeped in a rich tradition of service.

 That’s why I am so proud to have our Bush Library and Museum and Bush School of Government and Public Service here, and I cannot wait for President Obama to experience the open, decent and welcoming Aggie spirit for himself. 

This will be an important national moment, and a moment for Texas A&M to shine in the global spotlight as it always does.  I sincerely hope and believe it will serve as a point of Aggie pride for many years to come.

Gig Em!

George Bush (#41)

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