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A Month in the life of George W. Bush (News and photos) July 2009
www.georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/ news www.yahoo.com/news ^ | 1st July 2009 | Snugs

Posted on 07/01/2009 4:10:49 PM PDT by snugs

July 2009 sees nearly 6 months since George W Bush entered private life and as we have done in previously monthly threads I have collated photos from the month we are in from previous years.

Tonight I will post July 2001 and July 2002 photos and then over the next few days post 2003 and 2004 photos.

I have also found some photos from this June which I will also post in the next few days starting with one of them as the photo of the month.

Enjoy your visit to Sanity Island



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KEYWORDS: bushlegacy; dubya; georgewbush; laurabush; president; presidentbush; presidentgeorgewbush; w
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QUOTE OF THE MONTH
Remarks by the President in Meeting with Leadership of National Service Organizations
The Roosevelt Room - July 2, 2001

THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Thank you all for coming. Laura and I are so honored to welcome leaders from five of the largest service organizations in our country -- the Lions, Rotarians, Optimists, Kiwanis, Big Brothers and Big Sisters.

First, thank you all for coming and thank you for your service to the country. We've had a discussion that will really help change the country, I think, and that is all five organizations have agreed to join in urging their members to mentor a child.

We've set a goal amongst us to recruit 1 million mentors to provide love and comfort to the children around America. I can't think of a more noble goal for the organizations here. So I want to thank you all very much for your commitment to America, for your love of the country. Please thank your members for their commitment, as well.

For others around the country who are wondering how best to help a neighbor in need, I strongly urge them to think about joining one of these service clubs, a club whose sole existence is to help make America a better place. And so, I know there are some in our country that say what can I do to help. Well, here is five good opportunities.

One of the things you do when you run for office, you get to go to service club lunches all around our country. (Laughter.) And I will tell you, some of the most meaningful lunches as a gubernatorial candidate, for example, in Texas was at service clubs in rural Texas or in urban Texas. I was able to meet a lot of really good, fine folks.

America is strong because of our people. America is strong because of the compassion of our citizens. And I believe we can meet the goal of a million mentors, so that everybody in America feels the great promise of our country and so that not one child is left behind.

One of the reasons I picked this quote was because one of our dearest and sadly late host Gretchen mentored children and recently I have had the privilege to contact a friend of hers again and be reminded of her great heart and legacy.


PHOTO OF THE MONTH

Former President George W. Bush, left, is presented with a team jersey by Texas Rangers owner Thomas Hicks during a ceremony before the a baseball game between the Rangers and the Houston Astros in Arlington, Texas, Thursday, June 18, 2009. The owner's suite at the ballpark was renamed for the former president

1 posted on 07/01/2009 4:10:50 PM PDT by snugs
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MONTHLY DOSE OF SANITY ISLAND GOING UP - PLEASE WAIT FOR THE ALL CLEAR BEFORE POSTING ANY PHOTOS OR GRAPHICS.
2 posted on 07/01/2009 4:11:43 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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wow, he looks so relaxed and happy. He sure deserves it.

Let’s see, uh, 5minutes, 4 minutes, 3....anytime now, the boring Bush Bashers should arrive.HA!


3 posted on 07/01/2009 4:12:34 PM PDT by Recovering Ex-hippie (Pray for Israel!)
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>JULY 2001


President Bush and Laura Bush meet with leaders of service organizations at the White House Monday, July 2, 2001. WHITE HOUSE PHOTO BY ERIC DRAPER


President Bush and First Lady Laura Bush greet visitors at the Jefferson Memorial. Monday, July 2, 2001

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President Bush greets some of the staff and patients at Inova Fair Oaks Hospital on July 3, 2001. The President and Mrs. Bush were at the hospital visiting Desiree and Stephen Sayle, who were celebrating the birth of their second daughter, Vivienne. White House photo by Eric Draper.


President Bush and First Lady Laura Bush visit Desiree and Stephen Sayle at Inova Fair Oaks Hospital July 3, 2001. Mrs. Sayle, who is the First Lady's Director of Correspondence, recently gave birth to her second daughter, Vivienne. White House photo by Eric Draper.

5 posted on 07/01/2009 4:14:06 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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President George W. Bush announces Robert Mueller to be director of the FBI during an event in the Rose Garden, Thursday, July 5, 2001. WHITE HOUSE PHOTO BY ERIC DRAPER
6 posted on 07/01/2009 4:14:52 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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Arm in arm with Philadelphia Mayor John Street, President Bush passes out birthday cake at an urban block party in Philadelphia July 4, 2001. The President celebrates his 55th birthday July 6, 2001.


White House Photo of President Bush and President Putin Phone Call. July 6, 2001

7 posted on 07/01/2009 4:15:24 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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President Bush and Secretary of State Colin Powell hold a press conference about Powell's organization, America's Promise, in the Rose Garden July 9, 2001. White House photo by Moreen Ishikawa.


While addressing the upcoming patients' bill of rights legislation, President Bush gets a little practice signing his name while meeting patients at Inova Fair Oaks Hospital in Fairfax, VA, July 9, 2001. "I want a bill that honors patients, not trial lawyers," said the President during his remarks at the hospital. White House photo by Paul Morse.

8 posted on 07/01/2009 4:16:00 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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Rag away but I really miss President Bush.


9 posted on 07/01/2009 4:16:06 PM PDT by svcw (Barry: mentally deficient & narcissistic misogynist megalomaniac psychopath w/ paranoid delusions)
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President Bush and church leaders bow their heads in prayer during congressional gold medal ceremony in honor of Cardinal O'Connor Tuesday, July 10, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper.


"We're a diverse country, and getting more diverse," said President Bush in his remarks at Ellis Island during a large swearing in ceremony for new citizens July 10, 2001. "And these virtues are what keeps this great country together. Believing in them and living by them, this great land will always be united." White House photo by Eric Draper.

10 posted on 07/01/2009 4:16:33 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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President Bush meets with the democratic members of Congress in the Oval Office July 12, 2001 to discuss the bipartisan-sponsored plan to improve Medicare. White House photo by Paul Morse.
11 posted on 07/01/2009 4:17:03 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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Meeting with this year's March of Dimes ambassador in the Oval Office, President Bush shows off his boots that carry the presidential seal and a red, white, & blue outline of the lone star state. White House photo by Moreen Ishikawa. July 13, 2001
12 posted on 07/01/2009 4:17:29 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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To: snugs

Thanks snugs....Just in time...Need the break!


13 posted on 07/01/2009 4:17:56 PM PDT by hoosiermama (Berg is a liberal democrat. Keyes is a conservative. Obama is bringing us together already!)
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At the rate things are going, Obama may even make me miss Jimmy Carter.


14 posted on 07/01/2009 4:18:06 PM PDT by dfwgator
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President Bush accepts a bust of Sir Winston Churchill from ambassador of England, Sir Christopher Meyer July 16, 2001. "He was a man of great courage. He knew what he believed. And he really kind of went after it in a way that seemed like a Texan to me," said the President explaining why he would like the likeness of an Englishman placed inside the Oval Offfice. "He charged ahead, and the world is better for it.". White House photo by Paul Morse.

Remarks by the President in Acceptance of Bust of Winston Churchill
The Oval Office

THE PRESIDENT: Thank you, Mr. Ambassador.

I think I casually mentioned to the Ambassador, right after my swearing-in, that I lamented the fact that there was not a proper bust of Winston Churchill for me to put in the Oval Office. He's a man of great action, because here sits a bust on loan from Her Majesty's government, that I accept gratefully; and will place right here, where the flowers are, beneath one of my favorite West Texas paintings. I accept gratefully and I look forward to looking at Sir Winston on a daily basis.

People said, why would you be interested in having the bust of an Englishman in your Oval Office. And the answer is because he was one of the great leaders in the 20th century. He was an enormous personality. He stood on principle. He was a man of great courage. He knew what he believed. And he really kind of went after it in a way that seemed like a Texan to me: he wasn't afraid of public opinion polls; he wasn't afraid of -- he didn't need focus groups to tell him what was right. He charged ahead, and the world is better for it.

He also had a great sense of humor. There have been a lot of Churchill stories, some of which you can repeat on TV, some of which you can't, Mr. Ambassador. One that came to mind was after he lost office in the election in 1945, King George VI offered him the Order of the Garter. And here is what he said. "I could hardly accept His Majesty's offer of the Garter, when his people have given me the order of the boot." (Laughter.)

Churchill reminds me of two things -- one, we need more humor in the public arena. He had a great wit. He had a fantastic way of making people smile and laugh. And secondly, he reminds me of the importance of our relationship, the relationship between Great Britain and America.


President Bush drapes the Congressional Medal of Honor on Ed Freeman of Boise, Idaho, in the East Room at the White House Monday, July 16, 2001. Mr. Freeman was awarded the honor for his actions in 1965 when, as a helicopter pilot during, he flew through gunfire more than 20 times during a single, ferocious battle, bringing supplies to a trapped batallion and flying more than 70 wounded soldiers to safety. White House photo by Paul Morse.

15 posted on 07/01/2009 4:18:37 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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Addressing the World bank in Washington, D.C., President Bush outlines his plans to discuss the needs of developing nations with European leaders during this week's trip to Europe. White House photo by Moreen Ishikawa. July 17, 2001


President Bush meets with a roundtable of journalists from Europe at the Worldbank Headquarters in Washington, D.C., July 17, 2001, to discuss his current trip there this week. White House photo by Moreen Ishikawa.

16 posted on 07/01/2009 4:19:04 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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Upon entering the courtyard at Buckingham Palace, an arrival ceremony is performed for the President July 19, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper


President reviews the guard during his visit to Buckingham Palace July 19, 2001. White House photo by Paul Morse


Welcomed by leaders both tall and small, President Bush and First Lady Laura Bush visit the reading room at the British Museum July 19, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper


British Prime Minister Tony Blair welcomes President Bush to Chequers in Halton, England, July 19, 2001. Like Camp David, which Mr. Blair visited in February, Chequers is a private residence for the Prime Minister where the two leaders can talk privately. "I think it is yet another example of the strength of the relationship between our two countries. It is a very strong relationship, a very special one," said Mr. Blair during a press conference where he welcomed President Bush. White House photo by Eric Draper.

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President Bush talks with British Prime Minister Tony Blair, left, during the G-7 sessions in Genoa, Italy, July 20, 2001. White House photo by Paul Morse.
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President Bush and President Chirac of France talk over issues during the G-8 sessions, July 21, 2001. White House photo by Paul Morse
19 posted on 07/01/2009 4:20:53 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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After attending the G-8 Summit in Genoa, President Bush traveled to Rome to meet His Holiness Pope John Paul II July 23, 2001. In addition to posing for photos, the two leaders took a short walk together and talked privately. White House photo by Eric Draper.
20 posted on 07/01/2009 4:21:22 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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President Bush meets with members of Congress to discuss his recent tip to the Genoa G-8 Summit in the Cabinet Room at the White House July 25, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper


President Bush discusses the patients' bill of right legislation with members of Congress in the Cabinet Room at the White House July 25, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper

21 posted on 07/01/2009 4:22:07 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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wow...great photos!

I sure do miss that fine man being our President!!! More now than ever.


22 posted on 07/01/2009 4:22:36 PM PDT by Recovering Ex-hippie (Pray for Israel!)
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To: snugs

thank you Eleanor.. these pix draw beautiful memories


23 posted on 07/01/2009 4:22:42 PM PDT by DollyCali (Don't tell GOD how big your storm is -- Tell the storm how B-I-G your God is!)
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Thanks Snugs. A White House with class!


24 posted on 07/01/2009 4:23:13 PM PDT by mtnwmn (Liberalism leads to Socialism)
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President Bush meets with Erik Weihenmeyer (far left), 32, of Golden, Colorado, and his friends to the Oval Office July 26, 2001. Mr. Weihenmeyer was the first blind person to reach the summit of Mount Everest May 25, 2001. After losing his sight to retinoscheses at the age of 13, he began rock climbing at the age of 16. White House photo by Paul Morse


President Bush greets Nancy Coverdell after signing in honor of her husband, Paul Coverdell, a former director of the Peace Corps, Thursday, July 26, 2001.White House photo by Eric Draper


President George W. Bush presents medals to 21 Navajo Code Talkers during a ceremony honoring their military service at the U.S. Capitol July 26, 2001. During World War II, the Code Talkers used their native language as an unbreakable code to relay secret messages. White House photo by Paul Morse

25 posted on 07/01/2009 4:23:18 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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Tilling it up with members of Future Farmers of America, President Bush wades into an enthusiastic crowd after addressing 100 representatives the Friday, July 27, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper.
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President Bush thanks his hosts for a warm welcome just before addressing the 25th annual conference of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives at the Marriot Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C., July 30, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper
27 posted on 07/01/2009 4:24:52 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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President Bush, Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham (left) and economic advisor Larry Lindsey speak with the media in the Oval Office before the President signed an executive order that sets a standard of energy efficiency July 31, 2001. "We've set what we call a one-watt standard throughout the federal government, that we expect our agencies to be ridding themselves of the vampires and using energy conservation devices," said the President during his remarks. "The Secretary of Energy has agreed to lead this project, and I'm so thankful for it. The federal government can be good stewards of our resources and we fully intend to be." White House photo by Eric Draper.


President Bush, former President Jimmy Carter and House Minority Leader Bob Michel hold a press conference addressing election reform principles in the Rose Garden July 31, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper

28 posted on 07/01/2009 4:25:14 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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Thank you, Snugs. Great job as always!


29 posted on 07/01/2009 4:26:05 PM PDT by RepublicanChick
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JULY 2002




President George W. Bush discusses the compassionate conservative agenda for inner cities at Playhouse Square Center in Cleveland, Ohio, Monday, July 1, 2002. "It is conservative to promote private property, and ownership of homes," said the President. "It is compassionate to understand there is an ownership gap in America, and we must use our resources to close that ownership gap by encouraging minority ownership of homes in America." White House photo by Paul Morse

30 posted on 07/01/2009 4:26:24 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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Thanks snugs!


31 posted on 07/01/2009 4:26:41 PM PDT by penelopesire ("The only CHANGE you will get with the Democrats is the CHANGE left in your pocket")
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President George W. Bush tours the Faith-Based Welfare Reform Program at the Holy Redeemer Institutional Church of God in Christ in Milwaukee, Wis., Wednesday, July 2, 2002. White House photo by Tina Hager
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President George W. Bush address the "Voyage of Discovery" Summit celebrating the Bicentennial of Lewis and Clark's journey through America in the East Room Wednesday, July 3, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse.
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President George W. Bush greets residents of Ripley, West Virginia moments after his arrival on Marine One, July 4, 2002


President George W. Bush joins war veterans on stage during the Pledge of Allegiance to open the "Saluting Our Veterans" Fourth of July Celebration in Ripley, West Virginia, July 4, 2002

President George W. Bush gives remarks during "Saluting Our Veterans" Fourth of July Celebration in Ripley, West Virginia, July 4, 2002

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President Condemns Murder of Afghan Vice President, July 6, 2001.
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President George W. Bush conducts a press conference in the James S. Brady Briefing Room at the White House Monday, July 8, 2002.
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President George W. Bush addresses corporate leaders on Wall Street in New York, Tuesday, July 09, 2002. The President, who unveiled plans to create a new Corporate Fraud Task Force, introduced criminal penalties for corporate fraud and fund new initiatives in the SEC that will provide accountability to corporate America.


President George W. Bush addresses corporate leaders on Wall Street in New York, Tuesday, July 09,2002. The President, who unveiled plans to create a new Corporate Fraud Task Force, introduced criminal penalties for corporate fraud and fund new initiatives in the SEC that will provide accountability to corporate America.


President George W. Bush presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to baseball legend Henry Aaron during a ceremony at the White House, July 9, 2002. "The Presidential Medal of Freedom is the highest civil honor our nation can bestow. And we award it today to 12 outstanding individuals," said the President. "The men and women we honor span the spectrum of achievement. Some are fighters; others are healers; all have left an enduring legacy of hope and courage and achievement."

37 posted on 07/01/2009 4:28:56 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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President George W. Bush discusses the creation of the Department of Homeland Security with federal workers at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., Wednesday, July 10, 2002. "I'm here to thank each one of you for your dedication to the country we all love. You worked hard prior to September the 11th; you're working really hard now," said the President. "And the American people appreciate it a lot, and so do I."


President George W. Bush addressed federal employees about Homeland Security, Wednesday, July 10, 2002. Video screen capture by Monty Haymes.

38 posted on 07/01/2009 4:29:26 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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President George W. Bush remarks on improving prescription drug coverage in Minneapolis, Minn., during a full day of discussions about strengthening America's Medicare system Thursday, July 11, 2002/
39 posted on 07/01/2009 4:29:53 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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President Bush meets with the members of the Corporate Responsibility task force in the Roosevelt Room, July 12, 2002.
40 posted on 07/01/2009 4:30:34 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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President George W. Bush discusses the economy with Walter Howlett Jr. of Booker T. Washington Insurance Co. and Kathy Jones of Honda Manufacturing during a roundtable meeting on the nation's economy with business leaders in the Ayls Stephens Center at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Monday, July 15, 2002.
41 posted on 07/01/2009 4:30:58 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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Thank you, for the pictures. When I looked at what we have now I just want to cry. Lord, hear our prayers and save this country, in Jesus name, Amen./Just Asking - seoul62.......


42 posted on 07/01/2009 4:31:13 PM PDT by seoul62
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When the Grown Ups were still in town.....oh, what beautiful memories, snugs...beautiful. Thank you!


43 posted on 07/01/2009 4:32:01 PM PDT by NordP (BHO's new book, "To Serve Man/United States" --- NO NO NO....RUN....it's a COOKBOOK!)
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President George W. Bush discusses the creation of the department of Homeland Security with members of Congress in a meeting in the Cabinet Room Tuesday, July 16, 2002.


President George W. Bush discusses the creation of the department of Homeland Security with members of Congress in a meeting in the Cabinet Room Tuesday, July 16, 2002.


President Bush today July 16, 2002 released the first National Strategy for Homeland Security. The purpose of the Strategy is to mobilize and organize our Nation to secure the U.S. homeland from terrorist attacks. Video screen capture by Monty Haymes.


President George W. Bush announces the Homeland Security Strategy as Vice President Cheney and Governor Ridge stand beside the President during a Rose Garden press conference Tuesday, July 16, 2002.

44 posted on 07/01/2009 4:32:43 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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There are more than 50 of us....God promised. We all have to work hard WITH the Lord, and if we BELIEVE - it shall be. Amen!


45 posted on 07/01/2009 4:33:03 PM PDT by NordP (BHO's new book, "To Serve Man/United States" --- NO NO NO....RUN....it's a COOKBOOK!)
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President George W. Bush and Laura Bush stand with visiting President Aleksander Kwasniewski of Poland and his wife, Jolanta Kwasniewska, during the State Arrival Ceremony on the South Lawn Wednesday, July 17, 2002.
46 posted on 07/01/2009 4:33:16 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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President George W. Bush, Secretary of State Colin Powell, and National Security Advisor Dr. Condoleezza Rice meet with the Foreign Ministers of Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan in the Oval Office Thursday, July 18, 2002. They are (from left) Dr. Marwan Jamil Muasher of Jordan, Prince Saud Al-Faisal of Saudi Arabia and Ahmed Maher El Sayed of Egypt
47 posted on 07/01/2009 4:33:42 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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Oh wow snugs...I remember all those photos....and oh how I miss him...sigh!


48 posted on 07/01/2009 4:34:17 PM PDT by mystery-ak (gopbriefingroom.com)
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President George W. Bush meets with troops and families of the 10th Mountain Division and other members of the Fort Drum Community at Fort Drum, N.Y., July 19, 2002 White House Photo by Tina Hager


President George W. Bush addresses troops and families of the 10th Mountain Division and other members of the Fort Drum Community at Fort Drum, N.Y., July 19, 2002 White House Photo by Tina Hager

49 posted on 07/01/2009 4:34:49 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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President George W. Bush listens to Hermann Grunder, Director of the Argonne National Laboratory, during a tour of the research facilities with Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge, Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham and Speaker of the House of Representatives Dennis Hastert, R-IL., in Argonne, IL., July 22, 2002. Sponsored by the Dept. of Energy and operated by the University of Chicago, the laboratory is combating terrorism through innovative projects such as detectors for neutrons, biological and chemical agents and developing an emergency response system that coordinates various technologies. White House photo by Paul Morse
50 posted on 07/01/2009 4:35:19 PM PDT by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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