The White House has posted the moving speech President Bush gave last Thursday in Bratislava’s Hviezdoslavovo Square: “President addresses and thanks citizens of Slovakia.” In the photo below by White House photographer Eric Draper, President Bush gives his thumbs up as he leaves the stage with Prime Minister Mikulas Dzurinda of Slovakia after the speech.
In his Washington Times column today, Lawrence Kudlow locates the common themes in President Bush’s comments throughout his trip in Bush’s “moral-high-ground, idea-driven foreign policy.” President Bush’s Bratislava speech is an excellent example of remarks illustrating Kudlow’s thesis.
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