President George W. Bush quietly celebrated his 67th birthday Saturday, but did receive his share of well wishes on Twitter.
According to the Twitter aggregator site Twitchy.com, Bush was the recipient of an especially encouraging note from the folks at National Review, which offers conservative commentary on American politics, news and culture.
Wishing President George W Bush a Happy Birthday: http://t.co/thUiTWTOz4 @TheBushCenter pic.twitter.com/VHQSh52EXP
— National Review (@NRO) July 6, 2013
The tweet links to a Town Hall article on polling that shows President Obama is now viewed as being “less competent, more dishonest” than his predecessor, despite Bush “continuing to shoulder the blame for just about every failure of the current administration,” Twitchy notes.
A few random tweets directed toward Bush Saturday:
Happy Birthday President GW Bush! I miss having a leader in a commander in chief. pic.twitter.com/IfwRHW7CWb
— Lauren Luxenburg (@LaurenC_Lux) July 6, 2013
President GW Bush turned 67 on Saturday. Happy Birthday, Mister President!!! pic.twitter.com/NeCxEy75gU
— Crash MacDuff【ツ】 (@RxMacDuff) July 7, 2013
Happy Birthday, President Bush! #GWB #43 #POTUS pic.twitter.com/esoSQa9Pv1
— Travis McReynolds (@Teke587) July 6, 2013
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