Skip to comments.Former First Lady Laura Bush Delivers Powerful Remarks at 9/11 Remembrance in Pennsylvania – Video
Posted on 09/11/2010 10:10:46 AM PDT by Federalist Patriot
Here is video of former First Lady Laura Bush speaking at a September 11 Remembrance Ceremony today in Pennsylvania, where Flight 93 went down as a result of the heroes who stormed the cockpit and brought it down short of the intended target in Washington D.C.
What an absolutely wonderful and powerful speech.
(Excerpt) Read more at freedomslighthouse.net ...
On November the fourth 2008 America was hijacked...........
In honor of the hero passengers of flight 93..............
On November second 2010, LET’S ROLL!!
and take America back!
If you find a video of the moment right after this as the choir is getting ready to sing..where you see lights shoot out of Michelle’s eyes as she looks at them....please post it.
There was no tissue warning....what a difference between the true First Lady and BucketAss who’s never proud of this country.....oh wait, yeah she was once when her beloved was nominated for president.....
What’s the Obama thing in the middle of the podium.
Laura Bush. She is such a lady. Beautiful words, spoken, truly, from the heart. I do miss her.
If only 10 people loved each of the 2,976 killed on 9/11, there are at least 29,760 broken hearts among us. What would those 2,976 people have accomplished in the world, and in their families’ lives? What would their offspring have done for society? Will the survivors and those who helped clean up the rubble ever be the same? How much has hate grown since 9/11? How many of our freedoms have we relinquished? How many of our soldiers have we sacrificed?
THIS is the true cost of September 11th.
Now THAT is a First LADY...
Laura Bush: The epitome of grace, class, elegance and dignity. Well said, Mrs. Bush. We miss you.
Nice post. Add to those numbers all of the American hearts broken that day as we watched the murderous attack on our nation.
ping me if you find it. I would like to see that. It is not her first time doing this.
Interesting, I would have expected her to speak warmly of Islam or even to endorse “gay marriage” again.
Texas & America should be proud.
What a fine lady.
I watched Mrs. Bush’s speech. I can’t speak. I can barely see to type through my tears. She speaks of grace, courage and the brave. That is the America I love.
Please let me know if you find it...
The entire video here. Haven’t seen if they cut anything out yet.
There’s a two term limit on Presidents . . . but not on 1st Ladies!
Please, can we just have Laura back?
Even though she “never held a real job,” she was great. This is just one of many, many examples.
“If only 10 people loved each of the 2,976 killed on 9/11, there are at least 29,760 broken hearts among us. What would those 2,976 people have accomplished in the world, and in their families lives? What would their offspring have done for society? Will the survivors and those who helped clean up the rubble ever be the same? How much has hate grown since 9/11? How many of our freedoms have we relinquished? How many of our soldiers have we sacrificed?”
“THIS is the true cost of September 11th.”
Well said Melian. Thank you.
probably talking about the around 50 minute mark. She is doing weird things with her eyes. He was probably seeing the whites of her eyes..can’t tell on that small screen.
Wonder who threw her out of a tree to show up.....What a nerve....MO you hypocrite.......
Hard to tell due to her dark complexion and the lighting, but I spent some time searching for this, and it looked like the lights shooting out of her eyes at 49:50 (Or close) were aimed at First Lady Laura Bush.
I don’t know how this classless twit that sat in a church that supports people that hate America can show her face on 9/11. Same goes for BO. They are so fake.
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