Bush "The Liberator" Lands in a Free Afghanistan

George Bush made a stop at Bagram Air Base in a free Afghanistan.

U.S. President George W. Bush meets with troops during a stopover at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan March 1, 2006. Bush made a surprise visit to Afghanistan on Wednesday to see for the first time the emerging democracy that replaced the Taliban ousted in 2001 after September 11. (REUTERS/Jim Young)

Bush stops to see Marines on his trip east.

U.S. President George W. Bush meets with Marines from Alpha Division, 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Division in Shannon, Ireland, March 1, 2006. Bush was making a refuelling stop on his way to India and Pakistan. (REUTERS/Jim Young)

Bush visits one country he helped set free.

US President George W. Bush (L), Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (R), and First Lady Laura Bush (R), exit Air Force One upon arrival at Bagram Air Base north of Kabul. Bush said during his first visit to Afghanistan that he was confident Al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden would be brought to justice.(AFP/Mandel Ngan)

President and Laura Bush made a surprise stop in a free Afghanistan today on their 4 day Asian trip where Bush is planning on visiting India and Pakistan.

Outside the Beltway has a nice roundup of the trip to Afghanistan including more pictures of the president.

Lorie Byrd likes it when “W” does stuff like this. There’s not too many people around who can say that they helped free 25 million poeople from the Taliban. It probably makes the stop over even more worthwhile. It was nice that Laura could join him.

Pajamas Media is reporting on Bush’s stop in Afghanistan.

Slapstick has highlights of the Indian Bush protests.

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