Manly Man – President George H. W. Bush Turns 93 Today

Manly Man – President George H. W. Bush Turns 93 Today

Manly Man – President George H. W. Bush Turns 93 Today

Today, our 41st President George H. W. Bush turns 93 years of age. Fox News has a fun article – “George HW Bush turns 93: Fun facts about the former president”. There are few members of the “Greatest Generation” left to celebrate. Of the Greatest Generation, George Herbert Walker Bush is one of the greatest.

George H.W. Bush as a member of the U.S. Navy during World War II. Handout George H.W. Bush Presidential Library

My friends and I have a saying that we use when our male partners (men, that is) do the things that we cannot or don’t want to do. “Manly men doing manly things in a manly fashion.” It’s silly, I know, and will probably trigger a few feminists. We are proud of our manly men. Darn proud, if you don’t mind.

I thought about this today when I looked at the picture that Victory Girls’ own Deanna used in her article about the media ballyhoo over Barron Trump in his “The Expert” t shirt. I know that gangly, awkward boy. My son (Cap’n Jack, US Army) used to be one. My husband used to be one. My late father, Sergeant Al Holt, USMC, was also at one time a gangly awkward boy. The media is so feminized that they cannot look at that boy and feel empathy. I daresay that his father, our 45th President Donald J. Trump is a “manly man doing manly things in a manly fashion”. That’s probably what triggered that eunuch former FBI Director James Comey.

Barron Trump
“The Expert”

Manly man George H. W. Bush loves his family, his God and his Country. That’s manly. He took care to the best of his ability all of those in his charge. That’s manly. George H. W. Bush is a fan of the maxim (coined by Benjamin Disraeli) “Never complain; never explain.” Darn, that’s manly.

George H. W. Bush on his 92nd birthday with Great Granddaughter Poppy Louise Hager

George H. W. Bush:

And some political people do lie all the time, and step over their friend to achieve the objective themselves. But I’m one who believes that one’s word of honor is about one of the most fundamentally important things there is.

Gentleman, Yale man, Navy aviator, Distinguished Flying Cross recipient, wealthy oil man, congressman, United Nations Ambassador, Ambassador to China, CIA Director, Republican National Committee Chair, Vice President, President, father of two Governors and a President. Famous for his geriatric parachuting!

His last parachute stunt (to date) was his 90th birthday at Kennebunkport, Maine.

Happy birthday, Mr. President. A manly man who has always done manly things in a manly fashion.

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  • Scott says:

    I have not always been a fan of his policies, and I don’t think he was one of our better presidents (the whole “read my lips” thing), but his wartime exploits alone sure as hell qualify him as a manly man! And yeah, not many people can match his resume either, but if you want a good read, the story of his being shot down and surviving afterwards is damn impressive!

    Happy Birthday Mr. President!

    • Toni Williams says:

      Scott- I agree with you. He was infuriating as a President. But, he is a manly man. I have to read his survival story.


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