Transcript for George H.W. Bush's life celebrated at National Cathedral
George Herbert Walker Bush. Was America's. Last great soldier statesman. 820 century the founding father. You believe. That too much is given. Much is expected. No occupant of the Oval Office. It was more courageous and more principled and more vulnerable. George who are. Loyal to it to his country. Loyalty to his family. Loyalty to his friend. I don't know which we're ready for this day. He stood in the breach in Washington against un thinking. Partisanship. He stood in the breach against tyranny in discrimination. And on his watch. A wall fell in Berlin. The dictator's aggression. Did not stand. And doors across America. Opens to those with disabilities. And in perfect man. He left us a more perfect. Union. He was a class act. Burris today. Most decent and harmful person I ever met with my friend George Bush. One of nature's noble man. There are wooden shoe sole. First sailing ships. Leadership's stand this. The best chips. Our friendships. Admitted they always. Last Friday. When I was told he had minister lives. I called him. Guy answered the phone city. I think you can hear you but he hadn't said anything for most of the day. I said dad I'm lucky you've been wonderful father. And the last words he would never say on earth were. I love you too. Darcy was close to perfect. When the history books are written. They will say that George H. W. Bush people was a great president of the United States. So through our tears let us know the blessings. Of knowing and loving you. A great and noble man. The best father or son or daughter can hang. And her relief. I just smile knowing that there is chugging rock. And holy mom's hand again. Okay.
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