Bush goes to college

As reported in this post President Bush was scheduled to addresses the graduating class at Calvin College at Grand Rapids, Michegan. Yesterday he did the deed and in doing so, failed miserable in politicising the event as forecast be the MSM and certain left-wing pundits He urged the graduates to consider service to the community in their post-grad lives, saying;
This isn't a Democratic idea. This isn't a Republican idea. This is an American idea,"
and
"As your generation takes its place in the world, all of you must make this decision: Will you be a spectator or a citizen?"
He received warm applause but some Democrat voters protested;
Several dozen people (from a student body of over 4,000) protesting outside the event and a few graduates at the ceremony wore stickers that said: "God is not a Republican or Democrat."
Meanwhile George shows he has a sense of humour with this closing line;
"Some day you will appreciate the grammar and verbal skills you learned here," quipped the president who is not known for his eloquence. "If any of you wonder how far a mastery of the English language can take you, just look what it did for me."
On the face of it, the speach sounded like any other graduating day speach. MSM and the left must be so dissappointed.