George W. Bush became our 43rd president following one of the closest elections in American history. Only the second man to follow in the presidential footsteps of his father, Bush developed a political philosophy known as compassionate conservatism that encouraged limited government, individual responsibility, and strong family values. His common-sense approach successfully led him from governor of Texas to the White House. Most importantly, he will be remembered as a strong and decisive leader in his War against Terrorism and the Enduring Freedom military campaign. Bush's words evoke resolve and patriotism: Whether we bring our enemies to justice or justice to our enemies, justice will be done!