Skip to comments.A Day in the Life of President Bush (photos) - 9.02.05
Posted on 09/02/2005 5:31:17 PM PDT by MJY1288
Today President Bush toured the Gulf Coast states of Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana and and did his best to comfort the victims of the most destructive natural disaster in the history of the United States
QUOTE OF THE DAY: "I want you to know that I'm not going to forget what I've seen. I understand the devastation requires more than one day's attention. It's going to require the attention of this country for a long period of time. ... And therefore, there will be a national response. And I look forward to continuing to work with the governor and the mayor and the members of the Senate and the House of Representatives to do our duty to help the good folks of this part of the world get back on their feet."
A day for cheers for our national guard and tears for our country.
Our President did us proud today.
U.S. President George W. Bush stands with residents Deborah and Charles Foster during his tour of the Hurricane Katrina damage in the Biloxi area, Mississippi, September 2, 2005.
U.S. President George W. Bush tours the damage by Hurricane Katrina in the New Orleans area, Louisiana, with Louisiana's Democratic Gov. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco (2nd L), September 2, 2005.
Good evening Mike
He is such a compassionate man he must be suffering seeing his people suffer like this.
Yes he did...
God bless this man. Real men do cry.
Good Evening snugs
This is going to be a great one. I'm already amazed at the photos so far. He's a good man!
President George W. Bush listens to residents Kim Bassier (L), Bronwynne Bassier (C) and Kevin Miller (R), in Biloxi, Mississippi, September 2, 2005
President Bush tries to comfort Kristine Nguyen of Biloxi, Miss., during a walking tour a Biloxi, Miss., neighborhood that was devastated by Hurricane Katrina, Friday, Sept. 2, 2005.
President George W. Bush tours Hurricane Katrina damage done to the Biloxi, Mississippi, area September 2, 2005 while standing with residents Kim Bassier (L) and Bronwynne Bassier (R). Authorities are still struggling to evacuate thousands of people from hurricane-battered areas as food and water are scarce and looters raided local businesses. Bush said it would take years to recover from the devastation to Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. REUTERS/Larry Downing
President George W. Bush speaks to the press before boarding Marine One in Washington, DC. Bush is making a visit to the states of Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana to survey the devastation in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.(AFP/Mandel Ngan)
I love this man...........he is my Hero...this is just my opinion...
Thank you for this much needed thread.
President George W. Bush comforts Bronwynne Bassier, right, and her sister Kim after landing in Biloxi, Miss., Friday Sept. 2, 2005, as part of his tour of the Hurricane Katrina-ravaged Gulf Coast. Their family lost everything in the wake of the devastating storm. White House photo by Eric Draper
President George W. Bush embraces victims of Hurricane Katrina Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, during his tour of the Biloxi, Miss., area. " The President told residents that he had come down to look at the damage first hand and to tell the "good people of this part of the world that the federal government is going to help." White House photo by Eric Draper
President George W. Bush spends a moment with a victim of Hurricane Katrina during his walking tour Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, of Biloxi, Miss. "You know, there's a lot of sadness, of course," said the President of the devastated area. "But there's also a spirit here in Mississippi that is uplifting." White House photo by Eric Draper
President George W. Bush and Michael Chertoff, Secretary of Homeland Security, talk with the media Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, on the South Lawn of the White House. The President briefed the press on hurricane disaster relief before departing for a tour of the Gulf Coast area hit by Hurricane Katrina. White House photo by Paul Morse
Those are a wonderful set of photos I saw the news footage of those earlier he is such a natural with people who are suffering.
So did his wife.
Wow.......just wow. You know if he could have the President would have held every single person down there.
My son was watching this with me today and when he saw the President with his arms crossed he said, "Mom, the President is angry about something. "
She always does.
I'm certain he is snugs, and he will do whatever it takes to make things right. The emtion will fuel his determination.
There has not been one day, and not even one moment, when I have not been Proud, that George W. Bush is our President. Thank you President Bush, for your strength, your faith, and your hard work. They say, that crisis brings out the worst or the best in people. We have certainly seen the best from President George W. Bush in crisis. I am glad he has courage, and glad that American's can lean on him. I am Greatful that President Bush has Laura Bush to draw strength from, and thankful for President Bush's parents, and his strong supportive family and thankful that President Bush draws strength from our Prayers. <p.
We will not tire, we will not falter, we will not fail! Praise be to God!
She looked so upset she was wonderful especially trying to encourage parents to put some normality back into children's lives and get them registered for school.
Rack the photos BTW I was watching MSNBC just now some stupid rapper saying Kayne West is saying Dubya don't black people that reason whyyyy the relief effort wasn't ready
SHUT UP Kayne West this same guy who host the party that Notergious BIG got shot at he is one of Suge Knight protage that dude that shot at MTV Video award last weekend
President Bush meets New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin following a news conference at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, Friday, Sept. 2, 2005.
President Bush leans on Lousiana Gov. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco as FEMA Director Mike Brown, left, and Sen. David. Vitter, R-La., right, look on following a news conference at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, Friday, Sept. 2, 2005.
President Bush salutes members of the Coast Guard following a briefing on damage from Hurricane Katrina in Mobile, Al., Friday, Sept. 2, 2005.
Thanks, Mike. I knew there would be great pictures today. I am not making light--but I knew that GWB would make us proud as he attempted to comfort the suffering. I have tears in my eyes.
President Bush greets people receiving food and water at a Salvation Army relief area in a Biloxi, Miss., neighborhood devastated by Hurricane Katrina, Friday, Sept. 2, 2005.
In this photograph provided by the White House, first lady Laura Bush meets with first responders to Hurricane Katrina at the Acadian Ambulance Center in Lafayette, La., Friday, Sept. 2, 2005
first lady Laura Bush visits with people affected by Hurricane Katrina at the Cajundome at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, La., Friday, Sept. 2,
g'day Mike. Thank you for posting the Dose today. The President is one genuine, kind, compassionate man - those photos today - well lemme just say I was reaching for the tissues as my vision got a little fogged up.
How are your Mom and Dad? Is his throat infection better?
The President IS angry because it came out tonight that he BEGGED the gov of that state to please get the people out days before the hurricane hit and she DIDN'T!!!!!! He waited for her to get her act together and then he took over when it was clear that she didn't know what to do. THAT WAS FROM COL. HUNT ON O'REILLY TONIGHT!!!
Think dad's throat is clearing up a friend of mum's visited her today she is OK but trying to get the strapping off.
Oh I missed that! Did you hear that the mayor let some tourists and elites get on the last bus out of NO ahead of some elderly people and sick children? The governor is incompetent but the mayor is just self-serving.
Thank you for documenting a great day. Any pics of Laura? She was shown at a shelter in Lafayette, LA, and spoke to the media. Dunces that they were...