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Obviously if you’re a fan of former president George Bush then you support his swaying to the “Battle Hymn of the Republic” at the memorial service for five slain police officers in Dallas.

If you’re not then no doubt you fall into the camp of Michelle Obama, who appears somewhat baffled by Bush’s swaying.

However perhaps a little context is needed in that the hymn pays tribute to God and to those fallen heroes, and within that context it establishes redemption, in that even within death and destruction there’s renewal, there’s faith, and that’s perhaps what President Bush was swaying to.

Moreover within many southern Baptist churches, singing and swaying even during a funeral, is something that has been done for countless generations.

More importantly of whether we or Michele Obama approve or disapprove… its Bush’s words that should inspire us to be better than we are and not to judge: “Too often, we judge other groups by their worst examples while judging ourselves by our best intentions.”

President Bush is a man of faith, and he wears his emotions for everyone to see, he was visibly moved at this memorial, and there were moments that he came close to tears.

Contrast that with the Obama’s detached, aloof, disengaged, pretty much like the way they’ve been running America.

Do you support the way Bush handled himself at the



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