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George Kulynych
Retired
Knoxville, Tenn.

Dear President Bush,

My prayers are that you will get out of that hospital bed and walk out the door very soon. A little bit of that scene should be filmed for all the “doomsdayers” out there.

I had the duty and pleasure to be part of your security detail whenever you or Barbara traveled to Detroit. The Secret Service did the heavy lifting, but they needed Michigan State Police officer like me to handle the drunks and loudmouths. I was at the Ponch when Ronald Reagan nominated you, and I remember the cheering and crying “scrum” when the call came. I covered you when the Pope left for the Vatican after touring the country. I was with Barbara when she did a radio interview at WJR. I got to go to the Super Bowl with your daughter.

Now I bring these things to your attention because several of us know you are a man of incredible strength.  You can do it. You will do it. I’ll be watching you leave the hospital, this time on my T.V.

God bless you and your family.

Confidently,
Roy J.  Anderson
Retired State Police Detective Sergeant

I hope you feel better soon, Mr. President, I am sorry you are not feeling well.

Virgoman0

The hospital is not home but its job is to get you home. My Mom age 82 was in the hospital this summer for 3 months. She said what kept her from being homesick was her family, the hospital staff, so caring and understanding when she felt down, and the many cards and phone calls she received. She gave most credit to the prayers. “There is Power in Prayer.” So President Bush, here is my prayer for you, Isaiah 41:10. “Do not fear for I am with you; Do not anxiously look about you, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, surely I will help you, Surely I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”

My prayers for Mrs. Bush and your family for strength and faith in all Christ’s work.

I hear you like to laugh, well Benjamin Franklin once said: “God does the work, but doctors get the pay!”

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