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A Month in the life of George W. Bush (News and many Photos) September 2005
georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/news ^ | September 5, 2010

Posted on 09/05/2010 5:29:14 PM PDT by Kaslin

The month of September 2005 was a very busy month for President Bush after Katrina came on land at the Gulf coast and damaged the area. We see President Bush and First Lady Laura visiting New Orleans and other affected areas in Louisiana and Mississippi to comfort the victims of the hurricane and bring aid
The country lost Chief Justice William Renquist who passed away on September 3, 2005
President Bush nominated Judge Roberts to become the next Chief Supreme Court Justice. On September 29th Justice Roberts was sworn in as the 20th? Supreme Court Chief Justice.
President Bush remembered 9/11 heroes at a Medal of Valor ceremony. He also met with several foreign leaders and addressed the Useless Nations
For the quote of the month I have chosen President Bush’s Remarks which he gave at the National Day of Prayer and Remembrance Service on September 16, 2005


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Quote Of the Month


THE PRESIDENT: On this Day of Prayer and Remembrance, our nation remains in the shadow of a storm that departed two weeks ago. We're humbled by the vast and indifferent might of nature, and feel small beside its power. We commend the departed to God. We mourn with those who mourn, and we ask for strength in the work ahead.

The destruction is immense, covering a city, a coastline, a region. Yet the hurt always comes down to one life, one family. We've seen the panic of loved ones separated from each other, the lonely pain of people whose earthly possessions were swept away, and the uncertainty of men and women and children driven away from the lives they knew. Many did not survive the fury of the storm. Many who did ask, why -- and wonder, what comes next.

In this hour of suffering, we're prayerful. In a wounded region, so many placed their faith in a God who hears and helps. And so many are bringing their grief to a Savior acquainted with grief. Our nation joins with them to pray for comfort and sorrow, for the reunion of separated families, and a holy rest for the ones who died.

Through prayer we look for ways to understand the arbitrary harm left by this storm, and the mystery of undeserved suffering. And in our search we're reminded that God's purposes are sometimes impossible to know here on Earth. Yet even as we're humbled by forces we cannot explain, we take comfort in the knowledge that no one is ever stranded beyond God's care. The Creator of wind and water is also the source of even a greater power -- a love that can redeem the worst tragedy, a love that is stronger than death.

In this hour of suffering, our nation is thankful. We have been inspired by acts of courage and goodness: Coast Guardsmen and military personnel reaching out of helicopters and lifting victims from rooftops; firefighters wading through mud and debris to search for victims and survivors; doctors and nurses defying danger so their patients might live. Many of those who saved others lost their own homes and were separated from their own families. And many stories of heroism and rescue will never be told because they are known to God alone.

We're thankful for a spirit seen across the Gulf Coast that faces the worst and chooses to hope. We're thankful, as well, for the many ordinary citizens who heard the cries of neighbors and answered them. Across the country, Americans saw the hungry and gave them something to eat; saw the thirsty and gave them something to drink; saw strangers and invited them in. One man who was rescued and given shelter after the storm said, "I didn't think there was so much love in the world."

In this hour of suffering, our nation is also mindful of the work ahead. Through this tragedy great duties have come to our nation. The destruction of this hurricane was beyond any human power to control, but the restoration of broken communities and disrupted lives now rests in our hands. And we accept this responsibility not as a burden or a chore, but as an opportunity to serve our fellow Americans, as they would do for us.

This task will measure our unity as a people. Americans of every race and religion were touched by this storm; yet some of the greatest hardship fell upon citizens already facing lives of struggle -- the elderly, the vulnerable, and the poor. And this poverty has roots in generations of segregation and discrimination that closed many doors of opportunity. As we clear away the debris of a hurricane, let us also clear away the legacy of inequality. Let us deliver new hope to communities that were suffering before the storm. As we rebuild homes and businesses, we will renew our promise as a land of equality and decency. And one day, Americans will look back at the response to Hurricane Katrina and say that our country grew not only in prosperity, but in character and justice.

On this National Day of Prayer and Remembrance, we pledge ourselves to the demanding work of revival, and renew the faith and hope that will carry that work to completion. In the worst of storms, and in the rush of flood waters, even the strongest faith can be tested. Yet the Scriptures assure us, "many waters cannot quench love; neither can the floods drown it."

So now we go forward, confident in the good heart of America, and trusting that even among the ruins, the love of God remains at work.

May God bless and keep the souls of the lost. May His love touch all those in need, and may He always watch over the United States of America. God bless.


Photos of the month

President George W. Bush embraces one of the hundreds of family and friends who gathered on the South Lawn of the White House, Friday, Sept. 9, 2005, during the 9/11 Heroes Medal of Valor Award Ceremony, in honor of the courage and commitment of emergency services personnel who died on Sept. 11, 2001. White House photo by Paul Morse

Laura Bush is greeted by three youngsters upon her arrival Monday, Sept. 19, 2005, to "Operation Compassion" at George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. White House photo by Krisanne Johnson


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1 posted on 09/05/2010 5:29:16 PM PDT by Kaslin
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To: 1Peter2:16; 2Trievers; 4integrity; 4mycountry; A_perfect_lady; Alberta's Child; Allegra; ...


Please wait for the all clear before posting or reposting any photos or graphics


2 posted on 09/05/2010 5:32:25 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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Standing with former Presidents Bill Clinton and George H. W. Bush, President George W. Bush discusses the plans to help people affected by Hurricane Katrina in the Oval Office Sept. 1, 2005. "We're working hard to repair the breaches in the levees. Federal, state, and local agencies are also cooperating to sustain life," President Bush. "That means getting food and water to those who are stranded. Medical personnel and local officials are helping hospital patients and people gathered in the Superdome to evacuate." White House photo by Paul Morse

4 posted on 09/05/2010 5:37:43 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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President George W. Bush signs legislation in the Oval Office Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, to provide 10.5 billion dollars in relief aid for the areas along the Gulf Coast affected by Hurricane Katrina. Congress approved the bill late Thursday. White House photo by Paul Morse

5 posted on 09/05/2010 5:38:40 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin

The make-me-cry-post-of-the-day. :) Thanks.


6 posted on 09/05/2010 5:39:45 PM PDT by madison10
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President George W. Bush and Secretary Michael Chertoff of the Department of Homeland Security, brief the media Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, on disaster relief in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. The President left the White House afterwards to fly to the stricken area. White House photo by Paul Morse

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

7 posted on 09/05/2010 5:39:51 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin

Thank you
This made me cry.
God bless President George W. Bush and thank you for all you did for our country.

Great thread


8 posted on 09/05/2010 5:40:08 PM PDT by RWGinger
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To: Kaslin

Thank you
This made me cry.
God bless President George W. Bush and thank you for all you did for our country.

Great thread


9 posted on 09/05/2010 5:40:16 PM PDT by RWGinger
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To: RWGinger

I am sorry I double posted
but HE deserves our thanks as many time as we can give it


10 posted on 09/05/2010 5:41:51 PM PDT by RWGinger
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To: madison10

You’re are welcome :)


11 posted on 09/05/2010 5:42:24 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: RWGinger

You are very welcome and don’t worry about the double post. Notice I posted the ping list twice


12 posted on 09/05/2010 5:45:55 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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President George W. Bush spends a moment with a Patrick Wright 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 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 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

13 posted on 09/05/2010 5:46:46 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin

Hey Kaslin guess what I reading Tony Blair book even Blair was very impressed with W


14 posted on 09/05/2010 5:47:50 PM PDT by SevenofNine ("We are Freepers, all your media belong to us ,resistance is futile")
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To: Kaslin
Hi Kaslin, As someone who experienced Katrina, Rita, Ivan and Wilma, I can say that I NEVER Blamed President Bush for the hurricanes, the damage they caused ,or the aftermath. We just picked up the pieces, lived like pioneers for a couple of months, rebuilt, and got on with our lives being Patriotic Americans. Thank you for this Thread.



Love,

El Kabong

ML/LTOS
15 posted on 09/05/2010 5:48:53 PM PDT by left that other site
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To: SevenofNine

Tony Blair supported President Bush very much. He was with him all the way. Did you read what they did to him in Ireland? They threw eggs at him


16 posted on 09/05/2010 5:53:39 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin
It'll take a LOT more than merely Photoshop to picture The First T*rd in this same situation.

The irony is that he will leave the American Black twisting in the wind while he vacations somewhere far away from us 'bitter-clingers' and yet they will approve & approve & approve of his job performance, simply because Race is Thicker than Sanity.

17 posted on 09/05/2010 5:53:59 PM PDT by kromike
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To: Kaslin

I miss him so much...are all dems Plastic?


18 posted on 09/05/2010 5:55:36 PM PDT by dalebert
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To: Kaslin

I watching BBC world news on Verzion Fios channel yeah I hear I notice that Brit papers and Brit public want him apolgize handling the Iraq war

I don’t get that Brits papers are like wusses


19 posted on 09/05/2010 5:56:37 PM PDT by SevenofNine ("We are Freepers, all your media belong to us ,resistance is futile")
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To: left that other site
You are very welcome

Oh my, you have experienced quite a few hurricanes. My son has been in a hurricane a few years ago in Florida. He was visiting a friend in Pensacola. He was scared to death. I have never been in a hurricane or a tornado

20 posted on 09/05/2010 6:01:24 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin

This man’s genuine compassion shows through on his face....no fancy words were needed.


21 posted on 09/05/2010 6:03:01 PM PDT by 4integrity
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To: Kaslin

Thank you, Kaslin, for these pictures showing a President who truly cared about his fellow citizens.


22 posted on 09/05/2010 6:05:12 PM PDT by 4integrity
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To: kromike

Yeah I know and I chose the picture because I thought it was so touching when Laura hugged the barefooted boy


23 posted on 09/05/2010 6:05:25 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin; ExTexasRedhead; potlatch; NYchick

HONORABLE MAN PING


24 posted on 09/05/2010 6:06:56 PM PDT by bitt
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To: Kaslin

President George W. Bush talks about Hurricane Katrina disaster relief with, from left: Senator Trent Lott, R-Miss.; Senator Thad Cochran, R-Miss.; Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour; Alabama Governor Bob Riley; FEMA Director Mike Brown; Michael Chertoff, Secretary of Homeland Security, and Alphonso Jackson, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. The President briefed the officials during his tour Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, of the Gulf Coast regions hard hit by the storm. White House photo by Eric Draper

25 posted on 09/05/2010 6:07:10 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin

I had a tornado go right through the front wheel of my Harley while I was riding. Of course it was in a section of Ft. Lauderdale that is considered the extreme western corner of the Bermuda Triangle!

So there I was, sprawled on the highway, with my bike SPINNING around next to me like a food processor. I had the good sense to leap off of it, so that I was not ground down into the pavement.

It was a tiny tornado, but enough to cause $1500 on my beloved bike, and a whoppin’ case of road rash.

An no, it was NOT President Bush’s fault.


26 posted on 09/05/2010 6:07:19 PM PDT by left that other site
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To: dalebert

Not just full of plastic, but full of hate too


27 posted on 09/05/2010 6:09:13 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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We know what really happened and on whose shoulders the responsibility for folks not evacuating NO during Katrina lies....and it's not GWB!

I hate that he has been blamed when we know it was Nagin and Blanco!

Whew! Now that I have that off my chest....Thanks for posting this.

I adore that "W" is beating Biggie O in the polls. I believe that history will be kind to him and that he will be known as one of the best POTUS's!

28 posted on 09/05/2010 6:11:09 PM PDT by CAluvdubya ("Sarah Palin fights, we cannot spare her."--GonzoGOP)
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To: Kaslin

Flying aboard Marine One, President Bush surveys damage to the Superdome and the surrounding neighborhoods in New Orleans Friday, Sept. 2, 2005. White House photo by Eric Draper

President George W. Bush tours damage in the Township of Metairie where Hurricane Katrina broke through the levee with, from left, Louisiana Senator David Vitter, Governor Kathleen Blanco and Army Corps of Engineers Col. Richard Wagenaar Friday, Sept. 2, 2005. White House photo by Eric Draper


29 posted on 09/05/2010 6:11:12 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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Laura Bush leans down to comfort a woman and her young child inside the Cajundome at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, during her visit to the center, one of many created to accommodate victims of Hurricane Katrina. White House photo by Krisanne Johnson

Laura Bush reaches out to a victim of Hurricane Katrina during a visit Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, to the Cajundome at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette. "The people of this part of the United States, the Lafayette area of Louisiana, are very, very warm people," said Mrs. Bush. "They've opened their hearts, and many of them have opened their homes, as well, to people from New Orleans -- family members and strangers." White House photo by Krisanne Johnson

Laura Bush visits with a young boy displaced by Hurricane Katrina in the Cajundome at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, La., Friday, Sept. 2, 2005. White House photo by Krisanne Johnson

Laura Bush visits with people affected by Hurricane Katrina in the Cajundome at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, La., Friday, Sept. 2, 2005. White House photo by Krisanne Johnson

First Lady Laura Bush hugs a young girl displaced by Hurricane Katrina during her visit Friday, Sept. 2, 2005, to the Cajundome at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette. "Some things are working very, very well in Louisiana," Mrs. Bush said. "And certainly this center is one of those..." White House photo by Krisanne Johnson

Laura Bush meets with first responders to Hurricane Katrina at the Acadian Ambulance Center in Lafayette, La., Friday, Sept. 2, 2005. White House photo by Paul Morse

30 posted on 09/05/2010 6:13:02 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: left that other site
Evenin' ML! *hugs*

We just picked up the pieces, lived like pioneers for a couple of months, rebuilt, and got on with our lives being Patriotic Americans.

As Patriotic Americans, that's what you do! As to what the others do, that isn't even acting American, let alone Patriotic! God Bless you!

31 posted on 09/05/2010 6:13:05 PM PDT by oldteen
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To: Kaslin

George Bush is improving his image by just being himself; quiet and decent.

We should never demand one man or one woman fill up the big empty space of all our expectations.

A president leads by example - not perfection.


32 posted on 09/05/2010 6:17:03 PM PDT by sodpoodle (Despair - Man's surrender. Laughter -God's redemption)
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President George W. Bush speaks to the nation during a weekly radio address, live from the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, D.C., September 3, 2005. Accompanying the president are (L to R) Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Richard Myers, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and Homeland Secretary Michael Chertoff. White House photo by Paul Morse

President George W. Bush speaks to the nation during a weekly radio address, live from the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington, D.C., September 3, 2005. Accompanying the president are (L to R) Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Richard Myers, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and Homeland Secretary Michael Chertoff. White House photo by Paul Morse

33 posted on 09/05/2010 6:17:18 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin

Thank you so much, Kaslin. Have been waiting patiently for a Dose of some Sanity in these crazy times and it has finally arrived!! I am truly grateful :).


34 posted on 09/05/2010 6:18:55 PM PDT by oldteen
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To: Kaslin

Speaking of bios
When Rummy going write his memior I pre order that baby on Borders or Amazon.com


35 posted on 09/05/2010 6:18:58 PM PDT by SevenofNine ("We are Freepers, all your media belong to us ,resistance is futile")
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President George W. Bush makes a statement on the passing of Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist on Sunday September 4, 2005. White House photo by Paul Morse

The United States flag flies at half-staff in honor of the death of Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist, and as a mark of respect for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. White House photo by Paul Morse

36 posted on 09/05/2010 6:20:44 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: sodpoodle
A president leads by example - not perfection

So true, sod! But in these times we have the worst of examples!

37 posted on 09/05/2010 6:21:54 PM PDT by oldteen
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President George W. Bush addresses the press during a visit of the Red Cross in Washington, D.C. on Sunday September 4, 2005. The President and Mrs. Laura Bush visited Red Cross headquarters to view relief efforts in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. White House photo by Paul Morse

First Lady Laura Bush gets an update on the situation of efforts to help people in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina during a visit of Red Cross headquarters with President George W. Bush on Sunday September 4, 2005. White House photo by Paul Morse

President George W. Bush talks with employees and volunteers during a visit of the Red Cross in Washington, D.C. on Sunday September 4, 2005. The President and Mrs. Laura Bush visited Red Cross headquarters to view relief efforts in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. White House photo by Paul Morse

38 posted on 09/05/2010 6:22:04 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: oldteen

Sanity Island


Photo by El Kabong
Hi Oldteen! Fancy meeting you HERE on Sanity Island!



Love,

El Kabong

ML/LTOS


39 posted on 09/05/2010 6:22:10 PM PDT by left that other site
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President George W. Bush announces from the Oval Office the nomination of Supreme Court justice nominee John Roberts as his nominee as Chief Justice on Monday morning September 5, 2005. White House photo by Paul Morse

President George W. Bush announces from the Oval Office the nomination of Supreme Court justice nominee John Roberts as his nominee as Chief Justice on Monday morning September 5, 2005. White House photo by Paul Morse

40 posted on 09/05/2010 6:24:42 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin

And not one Teleprompter in sight.


41 posted on 09/05/2010 6:25:44 PM PDT by left that other site
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President George W. Bush and U.S. Army Lt General Russel Honore walk to the Emergency Operations Center, Monday, Sept. 5, 2005, after the President's arrival in Baton Rouge, La. White House photo by Eric Draper

President George W. Bush receives a briefing from U.S. Army Lt. General Russel Honore, left, inside the Emergency Operations Center in Baton Rouge, La., Monday Sept. 5, 2005, as Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, second from right, and Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco, right, join the meeting. White House photo by Eric Draper

President George W. Bush visits with children inside the Bethany World Prayer Center shelter, Monday, Sept. 5, 2005 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The facility is housing hundreds of people displaced by Hurricane Katrina. White House photo by Eric Draper

President George W. Bush hugs a woman displaced by Hurricane Katrina during his visit Monday, Sept. 5, 2005 at the Bethany World Prayer Center shelter in Baton Rouge, La. White House photo by Eric Draper

President George W. Bush visits with a family displaced by Hurricane Katrina, during his visit Monday, Sept. 5, 2005 at the Bethany World Prayer Center shelter in Baton Rouge, La. White House photo by Eric Draper

42 posted on 09/05/2010 6:25:52 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin

Kanye was right, he really didn’t care about black people. /s


43 posted on 09/05/2010 6:26:50 PM PDT by dfwgator
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To: left that other site

Nope


44 posted on 09/05/2010 6:27:03 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin

I see You concur.


45 posted on 09/05/2010 6:29:26 PM PDT by left that other site
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President George W. Bush talks with some workers of Alabama Power, who are helping to bring power back in service in Poplarville, Miss., Monday, Sept. 5, 2005. White House photo by Eric Draper

President George W. Bush talks with Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, far left, and other state officials in Poplarville, Miss., during a visit Monday, Sept. 5, 2005 to the Gulf Coast region. White House photo by Eric Draper

Laura Bush visits with a family outside their hurricane damaged home, Monday, Sept. 5, 2005, on West Ida Street in Poplarville, Miss. President George W. Bush and Mrs. Bush made the visit during their trip through the hurricane ravaged areas of the Gulf Coast. White House photo by Krisanne Johnson

46 posted on 09/05/2010 6:29:32 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin

President George W. Bush is joined by members of his cabinet as he speaks with news reporters, Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005, in the Cabinet Room at the White House. White House photo by Paul Morse

President George W. Bush addresses members of his cabinet, Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005, in the Cabinet Room at the White House. Vice President Dick Cheney, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Secretary of Interior Gale Norton, are seen in background. White House photo by Eric Draper

47 posted on 09/05/2010 6:30:16 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: left that other site

Thank you for that beautiful pic, ML. And, ya never know where ya might find me...lol.


48 posted on 09/05/2010 6:31:17 PM PDT by oldteen
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To: Kaslin

President George W. Bush meets with representatives from national voluntary and charitable organizations, Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, to receive an update on the work being done by volunteers and charities in areas affected by Hurricane Katrina. White House photo by Paul Morse

49 posted on 09/05/2010 6:31:36 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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To: Kaslin

President George W. Bush, seen with U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings, center, and Laura Bush, left, gestures as he speaks with reporters, Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2005 in the Oval Office at the White House, about efforts the Department of Education is undertaking with a program, "Hurricane Help for Schools," established to assist schools and students affected by Hurricane Katrina. White House photo by Eric Draper

50 posted on 09/05/2010 6:32:25 PM PDT by Kaslin (Acronym for OBAMA: One Big Ass Mistake America)
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