Quote by J. C. Watts
Some might think that George W. Bush had his shortcomings, but let me tell you something - history's going to be kind to George W. Bush.
This quote suggests that while George W. Bush may have faced criticism during his time as a leader, from a historical perspective, he will be portrayed favorably. It implies that the passage of time will reveal a more positive depiction of his presidency, indicating that his actions and decisions may have a different impact than what contemporaries might perceive.
However modest one may be in one's demand for intellectual cleanliness, one cannot help feeling, when coming into contact with the New Testament, a kind of inexpressible discomfiture: for the unchecked impudence with which the least qualified want to raise their voice on the greatest problems, and even claim to be judges of things, surpasses all measure. The shameless levity with which the most intractable problems (life, world, God, purpose of life) are spoken of, as if they were not problems at all but simply things that these little bigots KNEW!