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

Posted on 11/01/2009 8:55:27 PM PST by snugs

November and winter is now upon us and it is almost frightening to realise it is almost a year ago that the election was held that made us realise that the previous 8 years of President George W Bush time as President was drawing to an end.

Even though it has been about 9 months since George W Bush left office for many it seems another age so much seems to have changed and many things we hold dear now seem to mean nothing.

We miss the class and character that George W Bush, his wife and of course his father and mother portrayed to the American nation and the world.

I hope the following photos will help us remember time of maybe great sadness and challenge for the nation but also a feeling that there was somebody at the helm that was strong, confident and above all put his love for his country and fellow men first and always did and said what he believed to be the right thing to do.

Enjoy your visit to Sanity Island



TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Foreign Affairs; Front Page News; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: anniversary; bush43; bushlegacy; georgwbush; greatestpresident; laurabush; presidentbush; presidentgeorgewbush; wot
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QUOTE AND PHOTO OF THE MONTH - Taken during his recent trip to India

'I have a different life now,' Mr Bush (left), 63, said wryly. 'I am an old, retired guy

Also from 11th November 2002 reminding us all that this is the month where many countries all over the world will be honouring their military here are words of George W Bush regarding American veterans.

President Bush Salutes Veterans at White House Ceremony
Remarks by the President at White House Reception for Veterans
The East Room - November 11, 2002

THE PRESIDENT: Good morning, and welcome to the White House. Thank you for joining us in observing Veterans Day. On this holiday, the 11th day of the 11th month, Americans reflect on the great sacrifices of military service. And we honor every man and every woman who has accepted those sacrifices.

In Veterans Day gatherings across America, we think first of those who fell and never lived to be called veterans. We remember those whose fate is still undetermined. We look around us to all the veterans and retired members of the military with admiration and with respect.

Especially in this time of war, we see in our veterans an example of courage and selfless sacrifice and service that inspires a new generation and will lead this country to victory.

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Photos from 2001
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President George W. Bush meets with the Prime Minister of Romania Adrian Nastase in the Oval Office Nov. 1, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper.
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President George W. Bush addresses the audience in the East Room as actor Rob Schneider, decked out in a patriotic cowboy hat, takes a photograph Nov. 2, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper.
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President George W. Bush and Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika talk with the media in the Oval Office Nov. 5, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper.
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President George W. Bush and French President Jacques Chirac address the media in the Rose Garden Nov. 6, 2001. White House photo by Tina Hager.
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President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair of England walk out to address the media in Cross Hall at the White House Nov. 7, 2001. "We've got no better friend in the world than Great Britain," said the President during his remarks. White House photo by Paul Morse


"We put the world's financial institutions on notice: if you do business with terrorists, if you support them or sponsor them, you will not do business with the United States of America," said President George W. Bush in his address to the Financial Crime Enforcement Network in Vienna, Va., Nov. 7, 2001. White House photo by Paul Morse.

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President George W. Bush talks with Prime Minister Bertie Ahern of Ireland in the Oval Office Nov. 8, 2001. White House photo by Tina Hager.
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President George W. Bush welcomes Prime Minister Vajpayee of India to the Oval Office Friday, November 9, 2001. White House photo by Eric Draper.
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President George W. Bush addresses the United Nations General Assembly Nov. 10, 2001. "We're asking for a comprehensive commitment to this fight. We must unite in opposing all terrorists, not just some of them," said the President in his remarks. White House photo by Paul Morse.
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Attending the Veterans Day Prayer Breakfast at Park Avenue Seventh Regiment Armory in New York Nov. 11, 2001. President George W. Bush embraces Arlene Howard, who gave President Bush the badge from her son, George Howard, a Port Authority police officer who died at the World Trade Center. White House photo by Paul Morse
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President George W. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin walk out to address the media at the White House Nov. 13, 2001. "This is a new day in the long history of Russian-American relations, a day of progress and a day of hope," said President Bush in his remarks. White House photo by Paul Morse
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President George W. Bush and Russian President Vladimir Putin answer questions from students at Crawford High School Nov. 15, 2001. "When I was in high school, Russia was an enemy," said President Bush. "Now the high school students can know Russia as a friend; that we're working together to break the old ties, to establish a new spirit of cooperation and trust so that we can work together to make the world more peaceful.". White House photo by Paul Morse.
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With Secretary of State Colin Powell and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld sitting at his side, President George W. Bush speaks with the media during a cabinet meeting Nov. 19, 2001. White House photo by Tina Hager.


After pardoning a turkey from the Thanksgiving dinner table, President George W. Bush invites children to pet Liberty, the freed bird. "Through the generations, our country has known its share of hardships. And we've been through some tough times, some testing moments during the last months," said President Bush. "Yet, we've never lost sight of the blessings around us: the freedoms we enjoy, the people we love, and the many gifts of our prosperous land.". Nov. 19, 2001. White House photo by Susan Sterner


President George W. Bush addresses the audience at the Signing of Aviation Security Legislation at Ronald Reagan National Airport Nov. 19, 2001 in Washington, D. C. "The broad support for this bill shows that our country is united in this crisis," said the President." We have our political differences, but we're united to defend our country. And we're united to protect our people.". White House photo by Paul Morse.


Hosting a dinner celebrating the holy month of Ramadan, President George W. Bush addresses ambassadors from Islamic nations and other distinguished guests in the State Room Nov. 19, 2001. "America has close and important relations with many Islamic nations So it is fitting for America to honor your friendship and the traditions of a great faith by hosting this Iftaar at the White House," said the President in his remarks. White House photo by Tina Hager.

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I miss him...sigh...


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President George W. Bush speak at the Dedication Of the Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building in Washington, D. C., Nov. 19, 2001. Seventy-nine Americans have held the title of Attorney General, and 25 of them worked in this building. But in the history of this department, and in the memory of our country, we hold a special place for Robert Francis Kennedy," said President Bush. White House photo by Paul Morse.
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Visiting the kitchen of So Others Might Eat charity, President George. W. Bush greets director Father Adams and other volunteers at the Washington D. C. site Nov. 20, 2001. Started in 1970, the program serves breakfast and lunch daily to homeless. White House photo by Tina Hager


Urging Americans to give of themselves during this holiday season, President George W. Bush addresses volunteers and media at So Other Might Eat interfaith charity in Washington, D. C., Nov. 20, 2001. Preparing breakfast and lunch, the programs serves more than 300,00 meals to homeless each year. White House photo by Tina Hager

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Surrounded by cheering soldiers at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, President George W. Bush addressed the troops and shared a turkey dinner with them Nov. 21, 2001. "More than 3,000 soldiers from this post have been deployed to Kosovo for six-month rotations," said the President. "They kept supplies away from rebels in Macedonia, made the recent election in Kosovo possible. I'm glad to report that all of them from this base will be home by Thanksgiving.". White House photo by Tina Hager


Laura Bush talks with members of the 101st Airborne at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Known as "The Screaming Eagles," this airborne division took part in the largest airborne assault of World War II and also served in Vietnam and more recently in the Balkans. White House photo by Tina Hager. Nov. 21, 2001.

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President George W. Bush talks with Dayna Curry, center, and Heather Mercer in the Oval Office Nov. 26, 2001. The two humanitarian workers recently returned to the United States after being held captive by the Taliban regime for three months. "Heather Mercer and Dayna Curry decided to go to help people who needed help," said the President in his remarks to the media. "Their faith led them to Afghanistan. One woman who knows them best put it this way: they had a calling to serve the poorest of the poor, and Afghanistan is where that calling took them.". White House photo by Eric Draper.
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"Standing with me are seven of those who have been selected this year," said President George W. Bush during a ceremony honoring the U. S. Nobel Laureates in the East Room Nov. 27, 2001. "Among their achievements are path-breaking discoveries in physics, helpful insights in the workings of the market economies, and a new treatment for Parkinson's Disease." White House photo by Tina Hager.
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President George W. Bush welcomes the President of Spain Jose Maria Aznar to the Oval Office Nov. 28, 2001. "Recently, Spain has arrested al Qaeda members and has shared information about those al Qaeda members," said President Bush in his remarks to the media. "And for that, Mr. President, the American people are very grateful." White House photo by Eric Draper.


President George W. Bush addresses the Farm Journal Forum in Washington, D. C., Nov. 28, 2001. White House photo by Tina Hager.

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Introduced by Attorney General John Ashcroft, President George W. Bush addresses a group of new U. S. Attorneys at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building Nov. 29, 2001. "I want to congratulate you. I must tell you that we set a high standard, and you met it. And for that, I hope you're proud," said the President in his remarks. "And I am grateful that you are willing to serve the country, particularly at this time." White House photo by Paul Morse.
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Photos from 2002
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Arriving in Harrisburg, Pa., President George W. Bush walks with Pennsylvania Attorney General Mike Fisher, far left, Rep. George Gekas, center, and Governor Mark Schweiker Friday, Nov. 1, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse.
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President George W. Bush reacts to the crowd during the Tennessee Welcome at the Tri-City Aviation in Blountville, Tennessee, Saturday, Nov.2, 2002. White House photo by Eric Draper.


President George W. Bush greets stage participants during the Atlanta, Georgia Welcome at the Cobb Galleria Centre, Saturday, Nov. 2, 2002. White House photo by Eric Draper.

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President George W. Bush acknowledges the crowd during his introduction at the Illinois Welcome at the Illinois Police Armory in Springfield, Illinois, Sunday, Nov. 3, 2002 White House photo by Eric Draper.


President George W. Bush speaks at the Illinois Welcome at the Illinois Police Armory in Springfield, Illinois, Sunday, Nov. 3, 2002 White House photo by Eric Draper

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President George W. Bush waves to the crowd after addressing the Iowa Welcome in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Monday, Nov. 4, 2002. White House photo by Eric Draper.


President George W. Bush greets audience members after speaking at the Arkansas Welcome in Bentonville, Ark., Monday, Nov. 4, 2002. White House photo by Eric Draper.


President George W. Bush speaks during the Missouri Welcome in St. Charles, Mo., Monday, Nov. 4, 2002. White House photo by Eric Draper

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President George W. Bush and Laura Bush leave the Crawford Firehouse after voting in Crawford, Texas, Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2002. White House photo by Eric Draper


President George W. Bush talks with House Speaker Dennis Hastert and Senate Republican Leader Trent Lott while watching election returns in the White House residence Tuesday night, Nov. 5, 2002. White House photo by Eric Draper

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President George W. Bush holds a press conference in the Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building Nov. 7, 2002. White House photo by Eric Draper


Celebrating the beginning of Ramadan, President George W. Bush hosts an Iftaar Dinner in the State Dining Room of the White House Thursday, Nov. 7, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse

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President George W. Bush discusses the unanimous passage of the U.N. Resolution regarding Iraq in the Rose Garden, Friday, Nov. 8, 2002. ".the United Nations Security Council has met important responsibilities, upheld its principles and given clear and fair notice that Saddam Hussein must fully disclose and destroy his weapons of mass destruction. He must submit to any and all methods to verify his compliance," said the President. "His cooperation must be prompt and unconditional, or he will face the severest consequences." White House photo by Paul Morse.


ng a jersey from team captain Steve Yzerman, President George W. Bush welcomes the Detroit Red Wings, winners of the NHL 2002 Stanley Cup Championship, to the East Room of the White House Friday, Nov. 8. White House photo by Paul Morse.


President George W. Bush stands with the Detroit Red Wings, who brought the NHL 2002 Stanley Cup to the White House Friday, Nov. 8 2002. "But let me tell you what I'm most impressed with, about how the players and the owners have used this championship victory," said the President. "One afternoon, Steve Yzerman brought the cup to children in three different hospitals across the state of Michigan. The Ilitch family used the cup to raise a lot of money for a local emergency room. The coach made a dream come true for a child with leukemia, who just simply wanted to touch the Stanley Cup." White House photo by Paul Morse

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President George W. Bush makes remarks to American and British veterans ( seated in background) in the East Room of the White House on Veteran's Day, November 11, 2002 White House photo by Paul Morse
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President George W. Bush watches the posting of colors with Joe Burns, National President of Blinded Veterans of America, left, and Anthony Principi, Secretary of Veterans Affairs before giving remarks on Veterans Day at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday November 11, 2002 White House photo by Paul Morse


The President takes part in a wreath laying ceremony to commemorate Veterans Day at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday November 11, 2002 White House photo by Paul Morse


President George W. Bush gives remarks on Veterans Day at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday November 11, 2002 White House photo by Paul Morse

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President George W. Bush along with Homeland Security Advisor Tom Ridge, left, and District of Columbia Mayor Anthony Williams, far left, listen to Police Chief Charles Ramsey explain the District's Metropolitan Police Department Synchronized Operations Center Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse


President George W. Bush answers questions from the press during a tour of the District of Columbia's Metropolitan Police Department Synchronized Operations Center, Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2002. Homeland Security Advisor Tom Ridge, right, also participated in the tour. White House photo by Paul Morse


President George W. Bush delivers remarks about the need to have the Senate pass the Homeland Security Bill during the Lame Duck session of Congress after his tour of the District of Columbia's Metropolitan Police Department Synchronized Operations Center, Tuesday, Nov 12, 2002. "The Congress is in session today, and the House and the Senate have pressing responsibilities to work with us for our security. And I'm confident they'll meet those responsibilities. And the single most important business before Congress is the creation of a department of homeland security," said President Bush. White House photo by Paul Morse

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President George W. Bush meets with Sen. Dean Barkley, I-Minn., in the Oval Office Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse
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President George W. Bush address members of the Cabinet in the Cabinet Room at the White House, Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse


President George W. Bush meets with United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan in the Oval Office Wednesday, Nov 13. "I'm grateful for your leadership at the United Nations. A while ago the United Nations Security Council made a very strong statement that we, the world, expects Saddam Hussein to disarm for the sake of peace," said President Bush during the afternoon meeting at the White House. White House photo by Tina Hager

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President George W. Bush greets former President Jimmy Carter during a photo opportunity in the Oval Office with the Nobel Laureates Monday, Nov.18, 2002. "These Americans are a great honor to their fields and a great honor to our country. And we're proud to have you here. We're proud for what you've done, for not only America but the world. And we're proud for your contributions," said President Bush. White House photo by Tina Hager
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Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel greets President George W. Bush at Prague Castle in Prague, Czech Republic, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse


President George W. Bush listens to an interpreter during a joint press conference with Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel at Prague Castle in Prague, Czech Republic, Wednesday Nov. 20, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse

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President George W. Bush looks toward Gedrimas "Jimmy" Jaglinskas before being introduced by the West Point Cadet at a speech to the Prague Atlantic Student Summit in Prague, Czech Republic, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse.


President George W. Bush greets participants of the Prague Atlantic Student Summit in Prague, Czech Republic, Wednesday, Nov. 20. White House photo by Paul Morse.


Secretary General of NATO Lord Robertson and President George W. Bush meet for a bilateral meeting in Prague, Czech Republic, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse.

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President George W. Bush and Mrs. Bush congratulate Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel during a gift presentation before a dinner for NATO leaders at Prague Castle in Prague, Czech Republic, Nov. 20, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse


President George W. Bush and Mrs. Bush attend a dinner for NATO leaders hosted by the Czech Republic at Prague Castle in Prague, Czech Republic, Nov. 20, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse

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President George W. Bush talks with NATO Secretary General Lord George Robertson at the beginning of the North Atlantic Council Summit in Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday, Nov. 21, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse


President George W. Bush and Secretary of State Colin Powell attend the North Atlantic Council Summit in Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday, Nov. 21, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse.

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President George W. Bush and Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus stand at attention during a welcoming ceremony at the Prezidentura, the Presidential Palace, in Vilnius, Lithuania, Nov. 23, 2002. A former Chicago-area resident and U.S. environmental regulator, President Adamkus was elected to office in 1998. White House photo by Paul Morse.


President George W. Bush and Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus enter a bilateral meeting after President Bush received the Order of Vytautas the Great at the Prezidentura in Vilnius, Lithuania, Nov. 23, 2002. The medal is given to individuals whose contributions have benefited the Lithuanian nation or the welfare of mankind. White House Photo by Paul Morse

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President George W. Bush greets Lithuanians in person at the Rotuse Square in the center of Vilnius, Lithuania, Nov. 23, 2002. "This is a great day in the history of Lithuania, in the history of the Baltics, in the history of NATO, and in the history of freedom," said President Bush in his remarks. "And I have the honor of sharing this message with you: We proudly invite Lithuania to join us in NATO, the great Atlantic Alliance." White House photo by Paul Morse


Standing with Romanian President Iliescu, President George W. Bush waves to thousands of Romanians in Revolution Square in Bucharest, Romania, Nov. 23, 2002. The square is the site of the 1989 revolt that toppled communist rule and where the Romanian people denounced the dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. "And here, in December of 1989, you broke the silence of your captivity," remarked President Bush. "From that balcony, the dictator heard your voices and faltered -- and fled. Two generations of bitter tyranny ended, and all the world witnessed the courage of Romania, the courage that set you free." White House photo by Paul Morse

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Awfully good to see you, Snugs!

It’s nice to have a new month of pictures to look through
of OUR president.

How I miss that man! The years of daily sanity island were lovely!

This is the only place left that makes any sense at all!


45 posted on 11/01/2009 9:26:19 PM PST by LUV W (Obamacare is hazardous to your health!)
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President George W. Bush signs the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 in the Oval Office, Nov. 25, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse.


President George W. Bush addresses the media during the signing of the Homeland Security Act in the East Room Monday, Nov. 25, 2002. White House photo by Paul Morse.

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President George W. Bush speaks during the signing of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act in the East Room, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2002. "The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act will provide coverage for catastrophic losses from potential terrorist attacks. Should terrorists strike America again, we have a system in place to address financial losses and get our economy back on its feet as quickly as possible," said the President. White House photo by Paul Morse


President George W. Bush looks over Katie, the National Thanksgiving Turkey, during the annual ceremonial pardoning in the Rose Garden, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2002. "By virtue of this pardon, Katie is on her way not to the dinner table, but to Kidwell Farm in Herndon, Virginia. There she'll live out her days as safe and comfortable as she can be," said President Bush before granting the pardon. White House photo by Paul Morse

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Aw, Gees, W. You sure did make me mad about a lot of things. But thanks, guy. Thanks, Mr. President.

And a how do to Our Men Mssrs. Cheney and Rummy.


48 posted on 11/01/2009 9:28:06 PM PST by combat_boots (The Lion of Judah cometh. Hallelujah. Gloria Patri, Filio et Spirito Sancto.)
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President George W. Bush talks with some of family members of those who were killed during the September 11 attacks after signing Intelligence Authorization Act in the Roosevelt Room, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2002. The act of Congress will authorize intelligence programs and creating a national commission to investigate the events of September 11, 2001. White House photo by Paul Morse
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NordP’s favorite tie! LOL!

Loved the “Two Amigos”!


50 posted on 11/01/2009 9:28:36 PM PST by LUV W (Obamacare is hazardous to your health!)
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