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You gotta see this! 09-05-03
Yahoo..News..Ap..Google...Various | 09-05-03 | Conservativeman55

Posted on 09/05/2003 7:45:47 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55


Rummy Says: "Make My Day"
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld attends a meeting with Mayor of Mosul Ghanam Al-Basso in his office during his visit the northern Iraqi city of Mosul September 5, 2003. If they had the chance, U.S. soldiers at a base in Iraq (news - web sites) would have had one question for Rumsfeld: When are we going home? Photo by Stringer/Turkey/Reuters


President George W. Bush (news - web sites) speaks to the Kansas City, Missouri, Chamber of Commerce (news - web sites) at the Kansas City Convention Center about the US economy.(AFP/File/Luke Frazza)


President Bush (news - web sites) speaks at Langham, a freight management company, in Indianapolis, Friday, Sept. 5, 2003. Bush said Friday that discouraging new jobless figures made clear that ``we've got to do something'' about an economy that shows signs of recovery but is still shedding jobs. ``There are a lot of Americans looking for work, and we have to do something about that in Washington, D.C.,'' Bush said. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)


U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) speaks about the economy after meeting with small business owners and families at the Langham facility in Indianapolis, September 5, 2003. The president will also speak later today at a Bush-Cheney 2004 fundraiser before returning to Andrews Air Force Base. REUTERS/Larry Downing




U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) speaks about the nation's economy after meeting with small business owners and families at the Langham facility in Indianapolis, Indiana, September 5, 2003. The president will speak later today at a Bush-Cheney 2004 fundraiser before returning to Andrews Air Force Base. REUTERS/Larry Downing


U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) speaks about the economy after meeting with small business owners and families at the Langham facility in Indianapolis, September 5, 2003. The president will speak later today at a Bush-Cheney 2004 fundraiser before returning to Andrews Air Force Base. REUTERS/Larry Downing




President Bush (news - web sites) speaks at Langham, a freight management company in Indianapolis, Friday, Sept. 5, 2003. Bush said Friday that discouraging new jobless figures made clear that ``we've got to do something'' about an economy that shows signs of recovery but is still shedding jobs. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)


President George W. Bush (news - web sites) delivers a speech on the economy at an Indianapolis freight handler Friday, Sept. 5, 2003. Bush said Friday that discouraging new jobless figures made clear that ``we've got to do something'' about an economy that shows signs of recovery but is still shedding jobs. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)


First lady Laura Bush (L) chats with her Austrian counterpart, Margot Klestil-Loeffler, wife of Austrian Federal President Thomas Klestil, at the White House, September 5, 2003. REUTERS/Handout/The White House


President Bush (news - web sites) waves after getting off Air Force at Indianapolis International Airport in Indianapolis Friday, Sept. 5, 2003. Bush will be speaking later at Langham Co. on the economy. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)




U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) walks towards Air Force One after arriving in Marine One from the White House at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington, September 5, 2003. The president will travel to Indianapolis to speak about the economy after meeting with small business owners and families. REUTERS/Larry Downing


U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) waves to the press as he departs the White House for a day-trip, September 5, 2003 to Indianapolis, Indiana. Bush will address families and small business owners as the government released unexpectedly grim employment figures for August, showing Americans are struggling to find jobs even as other sectors of the economy appear to be recovering. REUTERS/Mike Theiler


First lady Laura Bush speaks at the opening of the National First Ladies' Library Education and Research Center Thursday, Sept. 4, 2003, in Canton, Ohio. The Center is a comprehensive collection of artifacts and writings from 43 former first ladies.(AP Photo/Tony Dejak)


First lady Laura Bush speaks at the opening of the National First Ladies' Library Education and Research Center Thursday, Sept. 4, 2003, in Canton, Ohio. The Center is a comprehensive collection of artifacts and writings from 43 former first ladies. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)


President Bush (news - web sites) waves to the audience after speaking about his economic agenda to the Chamber of Commerce (news - web sites) in Kansas City, Mo., Thursday, Sept. 4, 2003. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)


U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) greets his dog Spot as he returns to the White House from a day-trip address in Kansas City, Missouri, September 4, 2003. Bush launched a vigorous defense of his economic policies, firing back at Democrats who say his tax cuts have failed to spur job growth while bloating the federal deficit. REUTERS/Mike Theiler


President George W. Bush (news - web sites) speaks to the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce (news - web sites), September 4, 2003. Bush launched a vigorous defense of his economic policies, firing back at Democrats who say his tax cuts failed to spur job growth and have bloated the budget deficit. Photo by Larry Downing/Reuters


President Bush (news - web sites) speaks about the economy to the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce (news - web sites) in Kansas City, Mo., Thursday, Sept. 4, 2003. Bush urged Congress to support his economic agenda during the speech at the Kansas City Convention Center. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)


First lady Laura Bush says speaks to reporters in Florence, S.C., Thursday, Sept. 4, 2003, during a visit to Savannah Grove Elementary School. Bush told reporters Thursday it is difficult to hear reports of soldiers' deaths in the ongoing war on terrorism and would like to travel to Iraq (news - web sites) and Afghanistan (news - web sites). She spoke to students at the school about her reading program. (AP Photo/Lou Krasky)


Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) holds letters condemning the withdrawal of Miguel Estrada's nomination for the D.C. Circuit Court on Capitol Hill in Washington, September 4, 2003. Senate Judiciary Committee (news - web sites) Chairman Orrin Hatch said he does not expect other stalled judicial nominees to follow Miguel Estrada's lead and drop their confirmation bids, but 'we are always concerned.' Photo by William Philpott/Reuters


Spec. Joe Horrocks, of Blackfoot Idaho, left, and Spec. Edison Ramos, Jacksonville, Fla., both members of the Army's 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division (Stryker Brigade Combat Team) fire their weapons during field training at Fort Lewis, Wash., Friday, Sept. 5, 2003. This is the last major training exercise for the Stryker Brigade prior to its deployment to Iraq (news - web sites) this fall. (AP Photo/John Froschauer)


The Army's Stryker vehicle moves into position during field training at Fort Lewis, Wash., Friday, Aug. 5, 2003. This is the last major training exercise for the brigade prior to its deployment to Iraq (news - web sites) this fall. (AP Photo/John Froschauer)


A US Army soldier is perched atop a building in Baghdad. The UN Security Council held closed-door consultations to thrash out crucial differences over a new US resolution seeking a multinational force in Iraq (news - web sites).(AFP/File/Robert Sullivan)


British soldiers from the 2nd Battalion Light Infantry prepare to depart from the Royal Air Force base at Akrotiri Cyprus for Basra, Iraq (news - web sites) on Friday, Sept. 5, 2003. About 120 troops are heading to Iraq from their base in Cyprus this weekend, Britain's Ministry of Defence said Friday. (AP Photo/HO, British Military )


British soldiers from the First Battalion, King's Regiment, check cars in search for weapons in Iraq (news - web sites). Britain's defence ministry announced that an additional 120 troops would be sent to Iraq this weekend.(AFP/File/Ahmad Al-Rubaye)


President George W. Bush (news - web sites) steps aboard Air Force One between two U.S. Air Force Security policemen at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington, September 5, 2003. Bush will address the nation on Sunday night about the war on terrorism with a focus on Iraq (news - web sites), the White House announced. White House spokesman Scott McClellan told reporters on Friday Bush's speech came as the U.S. was in a 'critical moment in the war on terrorism.' Photo by Larry Downing/Reuters


Iraqis demonstrate in Baghdad Friday Sept. 5, 2003 to mourn the death of Iraqi Shiite cleric Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim who was killed one week earlier by a car bomb attack in Najaf, some 110 miles south of Baghdad. Across the country, security was stepped up after last Friday's car bomb attack in Najaf that killed dozens outside the Imam Ali shrine. (AP Photo/Murad Sezer)


Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld walks with Lt. Gen. Ricardo S. Sanchez upon his arrival at Baghdad International Airport, Iraq (news - web sites), Friday Sept. 4, 2003. Rumsfeld is in Iraq to tour facilities and meet with troops supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. (AP Photo/U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Robert R. Hargreaves Jr.)


New members of the Iraqi Civil Defense Corps, (ICDC) go on their first patrol on the streets of Tikrit, about 110 miles northwest of Baghdad September 5, 2003. After three weeks of training received from U.S. forces, 31 ICDC members will join the American troops in providing security in the city. (Arko Datta/Reuters)


A video grab image shows Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld having his picture taken with U.S. soldiers during a visit to Tikrit September 5, 2003. Rumsfeld visited American forces in Saddam Hussein (news - web sites)'s hometown after France and Germany spurned a U.S. effort to persuade more countries to send troops to Iraq (news - web sites). (Pool via Reuters)


An undated hand out image released September 5, 2003 shows British bomb expert Ian Rimell who was killed by gunmen during an ambush in Mosul, Iraq (news - web sites). A spokesman for Mines Advisory Group said Rimell, 53, was shot dead by gunmen on Thursday afternoon while returning to the northern city of Mosul from work in the countryside in a car clearly marked with the charity's emblem. ( NO ARCHIVE) ( BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE) REUTERS/Mines Action Group


Staff Sgt. Cameron Bryan Sarno, 43, is shown in this undated photo released by the 63rd Regional Readiness Command of U.S. Army. Sarno, a native of Hawaii, was killed Monday, Sept. 1, 2003, when another military vehicle crashed into his parked tractor-trailer in Kuwait City, crushing him as he was connecting a chain underneath it. Officials declined to reveal details of the accident because it remains under investigation. Sarno, a member of the 257th Transportation Company, became the first Las Vegas service member to die in Operation Iraqi Freedom and the third Nevada resident killed since the war in Iraq (news - web sites) began March 20. (AP Photo/63rd Regional Readiness Command)




U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld smiles at Iraq (news - web sites)'s US civilian administrator L. Paul Bremer during a meeting in Mosul, Iraq, Friday Sept. 5, 2003. (AP Photo/Gursel Eser/Anatolia)


U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld, center, and Iraq (news - web sites)'s US civilian administrator L. Paul Bremer, right, meet with Ghanin al-Basso, the Governor of the Nineyeh province, at an office in Mosul, Iraq, Friday Sept. 5, 2003. (AP Photo/Gursel Eser/Anatolia)


Russia's Ambassador to the United Nations (news - web sites) Sergey Lavrov arrives at a meeting with members of the Security Council at the British Mission to the United Nations, in New York, September 5, 2003. The group was holding discussions on Iraq (news - web sites). REUTERS/Jeff Christensen. "Is it just me or does this guy look like Peter Jennings?"


U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld walks past an American soldier after visiting Ghanin al-Basso, the Governor of the Nineyeh province, at his office in Mosul, Iraq (news - web sites), Friday Sept. 5, 2003. (AP Photo/Anatolia, Gursel Eser)


Iraqi demonstrate at the Imam Ali shrine in Najaf, Iraq (news - web sites) Friday Sept. 5, 2003 .A week after a car bomb assassination of a top Shiite cleric and the killing of nearly 100 other people, thousands of worshippers filled the Imam Ali mosque for a sermon by the slain ayatollah's deputy who called for the faithful to peacefully resist the American occupation. (AP Photo/Samir Mezban)


A man stands guard outside a mosque in Baghdad before Friday prayers Friday Sept. 5, 2003. Across the country, security was stepped up after last Friday's car bomb attack in Najaf that killed dozens outside the Imam Ali shirine. (AP Photo/Murad Sezer)


An Iraqi Imam, holds an AK-47 as he delivers Friday prayers on the street of the Al-shulaa neighborhood of Baghdad calling for unity among all muslims in Iraq (news - web sites) Friday Sept. 5, 2003. Security was stepped up across the country following last Friday's car bomb attack in Najaf that killed dozens outside the Imam Ali shrine. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim)


Secretary of State Colin Powell (news - web sites) gives a foreign policy speech at George Washington University in Washington Friday, Sept. 5, 2003. Powell said the U.S. 'will try to adjust and adapt' to other nations on the U.N. Security Council who would like to move faster in turning control of Iraq (news - web sites) over to Iraqis. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)


Secretary of State Colin Powell (news - web sites) gives a foreign policy speech at George Washington University in Washington Friday, Sept. 5, 2003. Powell said the U.S. 'will try to adjust and adapt' to other nations on the U.N. Security Council who would like to move faster in turning control of Iraq (news - web sites) over to Iraqis. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)


Secretary of State Colin Powell (news - web sites) gives a foreign policy speech at George Washington University in Washington Friday, Sept. 5, 2003. Powell said the U.S. 'will try to adjust and adapt' to other nations on the U.N. Security Council who would like to move faster in turning control of Iraq (news - web sites) over to Iraqis. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)


A British bomb dispossal expert clears a route through a minefield in Iraq (news - web sites). The Mines Advisory Group (MAG) confirmed that one of its civilian bomb disposal experts was killed during an ambush in northern Iraq.(AFP/MoD POOL/File)


A video grab image shows Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld with an unidentified U.S. officer speaking to U.S. forces during a visit to Tikrit September 5, 2003. Rumsfeld visited American forces in Saddam Hussein (news - web sites)'s hometown after France and Germany spurned a U.S. effort to persuade more countries to send troops to Iraq (news - web sites). (Pool via Reuters)


Map shows troop strength of U.S. and coalition forces in Iraq


A man holds a submachine gun September 5, 2003 in Najaf as he stands guard near where a powerful car bomb killed nearly one hundred people a week ago after Friday prayers. In Baghdad on Friday, gunmen sprayed a Sunni Muslim mosque with bullets during dawn prayers, wounding three worshippers. Locals said the attack, in a mainly ShiÆite area, was intended to foment conflict between Iraq (news - web sites)Æs two Muslim communities. REUTERS/Akram Saleh


Democratic presidental candidates (L-R) Bob Graham, Dick Gephardt (news - web sites), Carol Moseley Braun, John Kerry, Dennis Kucinich, John Edwards, Joe Lieberman (news - web sites) and Howard Dean (news - web sites), participate in the Democratic Presidential Candidate Debate. The candidates slammed President George W. Bush (news - web sites) over iRaq (news - web sites) and the economy accusing him of trashing decades-old alliances and exporting jobs(AFP/Getty Images)


A member of the Iraqi Civil Defense Corps (ICDC) is positioned on a street in Tikrit during the visit by US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.(AFP/Robert Sullivan)


A US soldier from the 4th Infantry Division is positioned beneath a welcoming sign during the visit by US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to Tikrit. Rumsfeld descended on Saddam Hussein (news - web sites)'s hometown with a fleet of helicopters.(AFP/Robert Sullivan)


U.S. illusionist David Blaine embarks on 44 days of starvation and solitary confinement in a glass box hung from a crane by the river Thames in London, September 5, 2003. Blaine will be encased the box and go without food and will only have access to water fed through a tube for the 44 day stunt. (Kieran Doherty/Reuters)


Actor David Spade (news) and co-star Alyssa Milano (news) are seen at the premiere of their new comedy film 'Dickie Roberts Former Child Star' in Hollywood September 3, 2003. Spade portrays a 35-year-old former child star who decides to hire a family so he can relive his childhood. The film opens September 5. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)


The Guinness Book of Records has rejected magician David Blaine's most demanding stunt to date, which will kick off high above London's River Thames on September 5, 2003. Blaine shows his apparently bleeding ear after he appeared to cut it during a news conference in London, September 1, 2003. (Michael Crabtree/Reuters)


A security guard wipes an egg from the shoulder of actor and gubernatorial candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger, as he greets students at California State University in Long Beach, on Wednesday. Schwarzenegger was pelted with the egg by an unknown assailant as he strode to the stage at the university. REUTERS/Damian Dovarganes/POOL


A security guard wipes an egg from the shoulder of actor and gubernatorial candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger (news), as he greets students at California State University in Long Beach, September 3, 2003. The actor is conspicuously skipped the first in a series of debates with Governor Gray Davis and the top candidates who want to replace him, in the state's unprecedented recall election. The recall vote is scheduled for October 7. REUTERS/Damian Dovarganes/POOL


People dance during the concert, celebrated in the Karl Marx theater in Havana, with Cuban musicians nominated for a Grammy Award that did not obtain visas to go to the Grammy awards ceremony in U.S., Thursday September 4, 2003 in Havana, Cuba. Cuban President Fidel Castro (news - web sites), attended the concert. (AP Photo/Cristobal Herrera)


British balloon pilot Andy Elson prepares to enter a news conference after the Qinetiq 1 balloon mission was aborted at St. Ives in Cornwall, September 3, 2003. British balloonists Elson and Colin Prescott on Wednesday called off their attempt to capture the world altitude record for a manned balloon flight after a seam on the 1,270 foot helium balloon, which is as tall as the Empire State Building, split. The mission had planned to ascend to the limits of the earth's atmosphere to a height of 44,000 metres (132,000 feet) in an attempt to break a record set more than 40 years ago by American balloonists. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty


Police officer Mathew Spoto displays a tattoo with the words 'in memory of our fallen heros', a tribute to fire and policemen who died at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. The photograph is part of the exhibit 'Indelible Memories: September 11th Memorial Tattoos Photographed by Vinnie Amesse' presented by the Staten Island Historical Society in New York at their Historic Richmond Town museum until October 5. Amesse photographed 55 people for the exhibition and museum employees conducted interviews to understand the meaning of the tattoos. REUTERS/Photo Courtesy of Vinnie Amesse and the Staten Island Historical Society Handout NO SALES NO ARCHIVE REUTERS


George Donnelly, the proprietor of Inline Fuel Corporation, displays patriotic tattoos he acquired after the attacks on the World Trade Center. The photograph is part of the exhibit 'Indelible Memories: September 11th Memorial Tattoos Photographed by Vinnie Amesse' presented by the Staten Island Historical Society in New York at their Historic Richmond Town museum until October 5. Amesse photographed 55 people for the exhibition and museum employees conducted interviews to understand the meaning of the tattoos. Donnelly had never had a tattoo before but always had flags on his clothes and vehicles; after September 11 he wanted to have one on his body. REUTERS/Photo Courtesy of Vinnie Amesse and the Staten Island Historical Society Handout NO SALES NO ARCHIVE REUTERS


Police detective Francis Coppola dispays a tattoo showing towering figures representing a policeman and fireman together, designed to honor his life partner, a firefighter, and 19 other friends lost in the attacks on the World Trade Center. The photograph is part of the exhibit 'Indelible Memories: September 11th Memorial Tattoos Photographed by Vinnie Amesse' presented by the Staten Island Historical Society in New York at their Historic Richmond Town museum until October 5. Amesse photographed 55 people for the exhibition and museum employees conducted interviews to understand the meaning of the tattoos. REUTERS/Photo Courtesy of Vinnie Amesse and the Staten Island Historical Society Handout NO SALES NO ARCHIVE REUTERS


George Henrique, a Senior Investigator with the New York City Board of Education, dispays a tattoo copied from a photogragh of his daughter Michelle who died in the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. The photograph is part of the exhibit 'Indelible Memories: September 11th Memorial Tattoos Photographed by Vinnie Amesse' presented by the Staten Island Historical Society at their Historic Richmond Town museum in New York until October 5. Amesse photographed 55 people for the exhibition and museum employees conducted interviews to understand the meaning of the tattoos. The bell in the tattoo evokes lyrics from the Beatle's song 'Michelle', which Henrique used to sing to lull his infant daughter to sleep. REUTERS/Photo Courtesy of Vinnie Amesse and the Staten Island Historical Society Handout NO SALES NO ARCHIVE REUTERS




Three sisters and a sister-in-law of New York Fire Department firefighter Rob Curatolo, who died at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, display tattoos honoring him in a photograph that is part of the exhibit 'Indelible Memories: September 11th Memorial Tattoos Photographed by Vinnie Amesse' presented by the Staten Island Historical Society at their Historic Richmond Town museum in New York until October 5. Amesse photographed 55 people for the exhibition and museum employees conducted interviews to understand the meaning of the tattoos. The four sisters' tattoos all represent Curatolo's badge, number 4263, but each has been personalized as well. REUTERS/Photo Courtesy of Vinnie Amesse and the Staten Island Historical Society Handout NO SALES NO ARCHIVE REUTERS


A tattoo displayed by homemaker Alice Gould memorializes her nephew Neil Dollard who died at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. The photograph is part of the exhibit 'Indelible Memories: September 11th Memorial Tattoos Photographed by Vinnie Amesse' presented by the Staten Island Historical Society in New York at their Historic Richmond Town museum until October 5. Amesse photographed 55 people for the exhibition and museum employees conducted interviews to understand the meaning of the tattoos. Gould says she chose a tattoo 'to keep his spirit alive.' REUTERS/Photo Courtesy of Vinnie Amesse and the Staten Island Historical Society Handout NO SALES NO ARCHIVE REUTERS




Danny Beyar, a firefighter with the New York Fire Department's Ladder Co. 87, dispays a tattoo commemorating all the firefighters lost in the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. The photograph is part of the exhibit 'Indelible Memories: September 11th Memorial Tattoos Photographed by Vinnie Amesse' presented by the Staten Island Historical Society at their Historic Richmond Town museum in New York until October 5. Amesse photographed 55 people for the exhibition and museum employees conducted interviews to understand the meaning of the tattoos. Beyar's tattoo shows an eagle carrying a firefighters helmet up to heaven. REUTERS/Photo Courtesy of Vinnie Amesse and the Staten Island Historical Society Handout NO SALES NO ARCHIVE REUTERS




Firefighters make their way over the ruins of New York's World Trade Center as clouds of smoke continue to rise over ground zero in this Oct. 11, 2001 file photo taken a month after the attacks. From executives to food cart vendors, people who were near the World Trade Center when it collapsed began enrolling Friday, Sept. 5, 2003, in a registry to help determine the long-term health effects of breathing the soot-filled air. Health officials hope to collect information from up to 300,000people believed to have been near the twin towers during and shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001, attack. (AP Photo/Stan Honda, pool, File)


US President George W. Bush (news - web sites) leads a moment of silence 11 September, 2001, shortly after hearing about the plane crashes in New York City. A new made-for-TV deals with Bush's response to the events of September 11, 2001.(AFP/File/Paul J. Richards)


This photo shows a wide view of the site of the World Trade Center, in New York on September 4, 2003, as construction continues prior to the second anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks. For the anniversary remembrance, the names of the nearly 2,800 victims will be read by 200 surviving children and family members at a ceremony at Ground Zero. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen REUTERS




The twin towers of the World Trade Center burn behind New York's Empire State Building in this Sept. 11, 2001 file photo. The Trade Center, fated to become one of the most controversial structures of the 20th century, is the focus of 'The Center of the World.' The film by Ric Burns, the final episode of his New Yorkdocumentary, debuts Monday, Sept. 8 on PBS's American Experience. (AP Photo/Martin Lederhandler)


The rubble of the World Trade Center smoulders following a terrorist attack September 11 2001 in New York(AFP/File/Alex Fuchs)


U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) listens as White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card informs him of a second plane hitting the World Trade Center while Bush was conducting a reading seminar at the Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota, Florida, in this September 11, 2001 file photo. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. Photo by Win Mcnamee/Reuters




People (top) look out of the burning North tower of the World Trade Center in New York City, above the jagged hole left by American Flight 11, in this September 11, 2001 file photo. The tower collapsed shortly after this image was taken. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen-Files




A group of workers dig through the rubble at the 'ground zero' site of the World Trade Center in New York City, in this September 30, 2001 file photo. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen-Files


A man looks at a TV truck covered with posters of people missing from the World Trade Center disaster in this September 13, 2001 file photo outside of Bellevue hospital in New York City. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen


U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) consoles a family member at the ground zero site where the World Trade Center towers once stood, in New York in this file photo from September 11, 2002. In an outpouring of mass grief and remembrance, tens of thousands converged on the place known as 'ground zero' for a ceremony marking the first anniversary of the attacks on America. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Win McNamee-Files


World Trade Center tower two falls to the ground in New York in this file photo from September 11, 2001. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen-Files




The remaining tower of New York's World Trade Center dissolves in a cloud of dust and debris about a half hour after the first twin tower collapsed, in these file photos from September 11, 2001. The pictures were made from across the Hudson River in Jersey City, New Jersey. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine-Files


Smoke and debris fill the air after one of the World Trade Center towers in New York City collapsed in this file photo from September 11, 2001. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton-Files


The last family members make their way around a floral wreath following a ceremony marking the first anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center in New York in this file photo from September 11, 2002. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn-Files




Two columns of light rise from a Manhattan site next to 'ground zero' in New York in this file photo from March 11, 2002, marking the passing of six months since the September 11 attacks. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Tom Sperduto/US Coast Guard/Handout-Files EDITORIAL USE ONLY




A group of firefighters walk amid rubble near the base of the destroyed south tower of the World Trade Center in New York in this file photo from September 11, 2001. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Peter Morgan-Files




Firefighters and rescue workers unfurl a large American flag near the damaged area of the Pentagon (news - web sites) Building at the U.S. Military Headquarters outside of Washington in this September 12, 2001 file photo. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Larry Downing-Files


Photo shows the point of impact where a plane crashed into the North tower of the World Trade Center in New York City in this file photo taken early September 11, 2001. Three hijacked planes crashed into major U.S. landmarks that morning, destroying both of New York's mighty twin towers and plunging the Pentagon (news - web sites) in Washington into flames. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen-Files




A rescue helicopter surveys damage to the Pentagon (news - web sites) as firefighters battle flames after a hijacked airplane crashed into the U.S. military headquarters outside of Washington, in this September 11, 2001 file photo. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Larry Downing-Files


People look out of the burning North tower of the World Trade Center in New York City in this September 11, 2001 file photo. Shortly after this photo was taken this tower fell. In the worst attack on American soil since Pearl Harbor, three hijacked planes slammed into the Pentagon (news - web sites) and New York's landmark World Trade Center. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen-Files


A woman pauses during 'Prayer for America' services at Yankee Stadium In New York in this file photo from September 23, 2001. The two hour memorial service was held for the victims of the September 11 World Trade Center attack. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Shaun Best-Files


New York Port Authority Police officers salute outside the Our Lady of Assumption Church in the Bronx section of New York City, in this file photo from September 19, 2001, during the funeral for officer Dominick Pezzulo, who was killed when the The World Trade Center towers were destroyed. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Mike Segar-Files


U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) (C) talks with New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani (news - web sites) (L) and New York Governor George Pataki at the scene of the World Trade Center disaster in New York in this file photo from September 14, 2001. Bush was touring the site of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Win McNamee-Files


Rescue workers atop the Pentagon (news - web sites) unfurl a U.S. flag as President George W. Bush (news - web sites) tours damage to the west side of the building in this September 12, 2001 file photo. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque-Files


The damaged area of the Pentagon (news - web sites) building, where a hijacked commercial jetliner slammed into it September 11, 2001, is seen in this file photo with the U.S. Capitol Building in the background, at sunrise on September 16, 2001. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Larry Downing-Files


The lower Manhattan skyline is shown in an August 30, 2001 file photo (top), with the World Trade Center towers at center, and a in view taken from approximately the same spot on September 27, 2001, with both towers missing from the city's skyline following the September 11 attacks. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Enrique Shore (top)/Mike Segar (bottom)-Files


U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) talks to retired firefighter Bob Beckwith (R) from Ladder 117 at the scene of the World Trade Center disaster in New York, in this file photo from September 14, 2001. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Win McNamee-Files


New York police stand near a wanted poster printed by on a full page of a New York newspaper for Saudi-born militant Osama bin Laden (news - web sites) in the financial district of New York, in this file photo from September 18, 2001. Osama bin Laden was named by U.S President George W. Bush (news - web sites) as the prime suspect in the attacks in New York and Washington. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Russell Boyce-Files


An American flag flies near the base of the destroyed World Trade Center in New York, in this file photo from September 11, 2001, taken after the collapse of the towers. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Peter Morgan-Files


The towers of the World Trade Center billow smoke shortly after being struck by hijacked commercial airplanes in New York in this file photo taken on September 11, 2001. The East River and Manhattan Bridge are in the foreground. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Brad Rickerby-Files


A man covered in dust walks in the street near the site of the World Trade Center towers in New York City, in this file photo taken early September 11, 2001. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton-Files


A lone man runs down Broadway as a dust cloud races up the street behind him from the collapse of the World Trade Center towers in New York in this file photo from September 11, 2001. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Kelly Price-Files


People walk away from the World Trade Center tower in New York City in this file photo from early September 11, 2001. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton-Files


United Flight 175 crashes into the south tower (L) of the World Trade Center in New York as the north tower burns after being hit by American Flight 11 a short time earlier, in this file photo from September 11, 2001. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Sean Adair-Files


Rescue workers carry mortally injured New York City Fire Department chaplain, the Rev. Mychal Judge, from the wreckage of the World Trade Center in New York City in this file photo from early September 11, 2001. The Chaplain was crushed to death by falling debris while giving a man last rites in the trade center. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton-Files


United Flight 175 (L) flies toward the south tower of the World Trade Center in New York as the north tower burns after being hit by American Flight 11 a short time earlier, in this file photo from September 11, 2001. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Sean Adair-Files


United Flight 175 crashes into the south tower (L) of the World Trade Center in New York as the north tower burns after being hit by American Flight 11 a short time earlier, in this file photo from September 11, 2001. This year's anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington will echo the first one, with silence for the moments the planes struck and when the buildings fell, and the reading of 2,792 victims' names. REUTERS/Sean Adair-Files


A man helps to evacuate a women through the rubble of the collapsed World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Transcripts of emergency calls received followed the attacks on the Center have been released documenting frantic calls for help, horrified descriptions of injuries and the desperate efforts of emergency services to rescue victims(AFP/File/Stan Honda)


The scene shortly after the World Trade Center's twin towers collapsed on September 11, 2001. Transcripts of emergency calls from the attacks on the towers have been released cataloguing the frantic calls for help, horrified accounts of injuries and the desperate efforts of emergency services to safe victims(AFP/File/Doug Kanter)


The south tower collapses as smoke billows from both towers of the World Trade Center, in New York, in this Sept. 11, 2001, file photo. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey released 2,000 pages of transcripts from emergency calls and radio transmissions in New York, Thursday, Aug. 28, 2003, that provide a fierce first glimpse behind the scenes in the moments after the deadliest terrorist attack in U.S. history. (AP Photo/Jim Collins, File)




Pleas of 'mayday' made by Port Authority officers to emergency services just moments before their deaths in the World Trade Center on Sept. 11 appear on heart-wrenching transcripts to be released on August 28, 2003. A judge ordered the release of the nearly 2,000 pages of transcripts after a lawsuit was filed by The New York Times. Firefighters are shown at the scene on Sept 12, 2001. Photo by Mike Segar/Reuters


View of the site of the World Trade Center, in New York on August 26, 2003, as construction continues prior to the second anniversary of the attacks September 11, 2001. For the anniversary remembrance, the names of the nearly 2,800 victims will be read by 200 surviving children and family members at a ceremony at Ground Zero. REUTERS/Chip East REUTERS


Gay Muslim men march in New York's Gay Pride Parade June 20, 2003. Being gay and Muslim, especially after September 11, 2001, is a unique act of ignorance, requiring homosexuals to defend their religious identity in the face of an increasingly suspicious U.S. government and sexual orientation amid hostility from the conservative Islamic community. Photo by Reuters (Handout)


The U.S. is highly likely to face another attack similar to September 11 within the next 12 months, a London-based research organization said on August 17, 2003. 'America is the number one target for many terrorist groups,' said Guy Dunn, author of a report by the World Markets Research Center (WMRC) assessing the risk of terror attacks in 186 countries around the globe. The World Trade Center's North and South towers are seen in flames following the attacks in New York City in this file photo taken September 11, 2001. Photo by Reuters




U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) speaks at a Bush-Cheney 2004 fund-raiser at The Murat Centre in Indianapolis, September 5, 2003. Bush, facing growing doubts at home about a violent and unstable postwar Iraq (news - web sites) and an uncertain path to greater U.N. involvement in its reconstruction, will address the nation on Sunday night about Iraq and the war on terrorism. REUTERS/Larry Downing


President Bush (news - web sites) speaks at a campaign fund raising dinner in Indianapolis, Friday, Sept. 5, 2003. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)




U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) speaks at a Bush-Cheney 2004 fund-raiser at The Murat Centre in Indianapolis, September 5, 2003. Bush, facing growing doubts at home about a violent and unstable postwar Iraq (news - web sites) and an uncertain path to greater U.N. involvement in its reconstruction, will address the nation on Sunday night about Iraq and the war on terrorism. REUTERS/Larry Downing


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1 posted on 09/05/2003 7:45:48 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
Hats off to you my friend, This is one hell of a post
2 posted on 09/05/2003 7:50:16 PM PDT by MJY1288 (The Enemies of America can Count on the Democrats for Aid and Comfort)
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To: MJY1288; Diogenesis
Thanks!
3 posted on 09/05/2003 7:50:56 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ohioWfan; admiralsn; rintense; Mo1; kayak; mystery-ak; kitkat
Gotta see this
4 posted on 09/05/2003 7:51:37 PM PDT by MJY1288 (The Enemies of America can Count on the Democrats for Aid and Comfort)
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To: ConservativeMan55
BTTT...
5 posted on 09/05/2003 7:56:59 PM PDT by TruthFactor
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To: ChadGore; Lando Lincoln; DoughtyOne; Consort
Bumpity Bump Bump!
6 posted on 09/05/2003 7:58:07 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: SierraWasp; Dan from Michigan; CFC__VRWC; Theodore R.; risk; daviddennis; FairOpinion; ...
PING!!!
7 posted on 09/05/2003 8:03:20 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
Wonderful.. and I'm thankful for the DSL link ;)
8 posted on 09/05/2003 8:05:28 PM PDT by Libertina (I agree with the Republicans' view on gun rights...but wish they'd stop aiming them at their feet ;))
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To: Libertina
I have a cable modem and it still takes a few seconds to load it all.
9 posted on 09/05/2003 8:06:29 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
BTTT But worth it! Really great job, thanks :)
10 posted on 09/05/2003 8:09:18 PM PDT by Libertina (I agree with the Republicans' view on gun rights...but wish they'd stop aiming them at their feet ;))
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To: ConservativeMan55
I just don't see why Alyssa Milano cut her hair, it looked better long.
11 posted on 09/05/2003 8:10:28 PM PDT by billbears (Deo Vindice)
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To: billbears
A lot of women cut their hair off when it would look better long. I don't know why they do that!!
12 posted on 09/05/2003 8:11:14 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
Never Forget.
13 posted on 09/05/2003 8:12:09 PM PDT by tet68
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To: tet68
I agree. We should never forget. I'm afraid we need to remind the mainstream of what happened. Before its allowed to happen again.
14 posted on 09/05/2003 8:13:54 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
Something tells me that President Bush needed this hug as much as the person he is trying to console?


15 posted on 09/05/2003 8:17:43 PM PDT by MJY1288 (The Enemies of America can Count on the Democrats for Aid and Comfort)
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To: ConservativeMan55
Brings back bad memories. Thanks, we needed that. Send a copy to Howard Dean.
16 posted on 09/05/2003 8:18:12 PM PDT by JusPasenThru (We're through being cool (you can say that again, Dad))
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To: MJY1288
I agree. Thats what I was thinking when I posted it.
17 posted on 09/05/2003 8:18:17 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
Diogenesis Thanks!

Whew. Ok. No copyright violation. :)

18 posted on 09/05/2003 8:18:30 PM PDT by FlyVet
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To: MJY1288; ConservativeMan55
Hats off to you my friend, This is one hell of a post

I Agree!!

Hey mike .. go re-read the tiles on the first several pictures ... and take notice of the difference in the wording between Rooters and AP

19 posted on 09/05/2003 8:19:09 PM PDT by Mo1 (http://www.favewavs.com/wavs/cartoons/spdemocrats.wav)
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To: FlyVet
LOL! Wouldn't want the RIAA coming after me!
20 posted on 09/05/2003 8:19:28 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: Mo1
Holy Mackeral! I went back and looked at it!

The AP seems to have an agenda!
21 posted on 09/05/2003 8:21:04 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: Mo1
They're all out to get him, one is just a little more subtle than the other :-)
22 posted on 09/05/2003 8:22:19 PM PDT by MJY1288 (The Enemies of America can Count on the Democrats for Aid and Comfort)
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To: MJY1288
This picture is going on my background!

23 posted on 09/05/2003 8:23:20 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
To my dying day I will never forget.....I've been in a funk all day, I learned last night that Mike has been extended once again, til April.....thanks to you and your post, I realized that it was nothing but self pity and my sacrifice is small in comparison to what others have lost and the safety of our great country.....Give em hell, Mike.
24 posted on 09/05/2003 8:26:05 PM PDT by mystery-ak (Happy Birthday, Mike...I'll blow your candles out for you this year.)
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To: ConservativeMan55
Wow! Great post. Thanks.
25 posted on 09/05/2003 8:26:29 PM PDT by Gabrielle Reilly
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To: mystery-ak
Who is Mike? I presume he is serving in Iraq? Let him know we are praying for him and that we appreciate everything that he is doing.
26 posted on 09/05/2003 8:27:48 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
So awesome and inspiring - Thank you!
27 posted on 09/05/2003 8:28:35 PM PDT by LibertyLight (The Light of God Surrounds You)
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To: ConservativeMan55; MJY1288
The AP seems to have an agenda!

Actually I thought Rooters was worse .. but yes there does seem to be one

28 posted on 09/05/2003 8:28:51 PM PDT by Mo1 (http://www.favewavs.com/wavs/cartoons/spdemocrats.wav)
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To: LibertyLight
It was my pleasure.
29 posted on 09/05/2003 8:29:13 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: Mo1
They are all out to make him look bad.
30 posted on 09/05/2003 8:30:26 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
They can try .. but they won't succeed because this man truly cares about his country


31 posted on 09/05/2003 8:34:08 PM PDT by Mo1 (http://www.favewavs.com/wavs/cartoons/spdemocrats.wav)
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To: Mo1
As opposed to this guy! Howard Dean "I wish John Kerry would say to my face what he says behind my back!"
32 posted on 09/05/2003 8:37:33 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: billbears
I just don't see why Alyssa Milano cut her hair, it looked better long.

I saw her on Leno two nights ago, and I wasn't complaining, short hair or not. She's a babe. I didn't realize what a gutsy girl she is. She said she toured Baghdad with the USO two months after it fell. She's a bit nuts, but she sure puts most of the rest of Hollyweird to complete shame. God bless her.

33 posted on 09/05/2003 8:40:18 PM PDT by FlyVet
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To: FlyVet
I didn't realize she toured Baghdad!
34 posted on 09/05/2003 8:41:17 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: FlyVet
A total babe! Short hair and all!
35 posted on 09/05/2003 8:43:36 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55; ntnychik
This is wonderful!!! I saved a lot more pictures of the 9/11 site.
36 posted on 09/05/2003 8:45:00 PM PDT by potlatch (If you want breakfast in bed - - - sleep in the kitchen!)
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To: ConservativeMan55
The AP seems to have an agenda!


Agenda? On the AP Wire, oh come on now. Next you're going to try and say the New York times as an agenda!

No one is going to out sarcasm me!

37 posted on 09/05/2003 8:46:16 PM PDT by Valin (America is a vast conspiracy to make you happy.)
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To: ConservativeMan55
I didn't realize she toured Baghdad!

She said she did. I doubt she was lying. I never saw any publicity about it. I thought maybe that was why you posted her pic. I'd be scared if I was over there. That girl got NERVE.

38 posted on 09/05/2003 8:46:22 PM PDT by FlyVet
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To: potlatch
Thats great! We should never forget!!!

We shouldn't let others forget either!
39 posted on 09/05/2003 8:46:34 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
Thanks so much for a fantastic kaleidoscope of pics!
40 posted on 09/05/2003 8:46:49 PM PDT by ladyinred (The left have blood on their hands.)
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To: Valin
I can out sarcasm the most sarcasmed sarcaser to ever sarcasticly sarcastic!
41 posted on 09/05/2003 8:47:38 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ladyinred
No Problem. It was my pleasure.
42 posted on 09/05/2003 8:48:20 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
My daughter and son-in-law were just up there this past month and went to the site. I'm going to email her these additional pictures because just standing there doesn't give you the full impact!! Thanks!
43 posted on 09/05/2003 8:49:15 PM PDT by potlatch (If you want breakfast in bed - - - sleep in the kitchen!)
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To: ConservativeMan55

44 posted on 09/05/2003 8:49:51 PM PDT by Luis Gonzalez (There's no such thing as a stupid question, there are however, many inquisitive morons out there...)
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To: Luis Gonzalez
...our flag was still there.
45 posted on 09/05/2003 8:51:54 PM PDT by Luis Gonzalez (There's no such thing as a stupid question, there are however, many inquisitive morons out there...)
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To: potlatch
There were some of these pictures that I had never seen before.
46 posted on 09/05/2003 8:51:57 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
A total babe! Short hair and all!

Yes, and regarding that pic of Miss Laura, that is one look of resolve, without the meanness of ("she" who will not be mentioned).

47 posted on 09/05/2003 8:52:08 PM PDT by FlyVet
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To: billbears
Seems like just a few years since Alyssa was a very young girl!! She looks much older.
48 posted on 09/05/2003 8:52:19 PM PDT by potlatch (If you want breakfast in bed - - - sleep in the kitchen!)
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To: Luis Gonzalez
Thanks for that picture!
49 posted on 09/05/2003 8:52:20 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55
Thank you.
From time to time we all must be reminded of the events of 9/11.
Too many people have let the memories of that day fade. We must NEVER forget that we were, as a nation, cold bloodedly attacked by not just men, but by a system of beliefs. We must never forget that there is no comprimise, no apeasement, and no "peace" with this system, and the men who are at its core.
The attack on 9/11 has been compared to the attack on Pearl Harbour. That is a mistake. The attack by the Imperial Japanese Navy was, although commited without declaration, a military strike, at primaraly military targets. The attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were purely acts of terrrorism, designed to spread fear and panic far beyond the inital points of impact. Those 19 terrorists were not striking at warships, aircraft or vital military installations. They struck at unprotected, innocent civilians and unarmed members of our armed forces.
They struck at US, you, me and every last person who has ever called themselves a citizen of the of the United States of America. There are people out there that would have us forget and forgive. We must never do this. If we do, they will strike us again, and the next attack may be at your home, your city and against you and your loved ones.
I will never forget, I will never forgive.
50 posted on 09/05/2003 8:53:47 PM PDT by cavtrooper21 (The only thing criminals will get from me is a .45 bullet or cold steel... Their choice.)
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