Skip to comments.A Day in the Life of President Bush (photos): 7-13-07
Posted on 07/13/2007 4:51:14 PM PDT by silent_jonny
President Bush participated in a video teleconference today with reconstruction team leaders and combat commanders in Iraq. (Transcript)
Also present for the conference were:
Vice President Dick Cheney
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
Secretary of Defense Robert Gates
JCOS Chairman General Peter Pace
National Security Advisor Steven Hadley
White House Chief of Staff Joshua Bolten
White House Counselor Ed Gillespie
For more information about the reconstruction teams in Iraq click here
Secretary Gates and General Pace held a separate conference later at the Pentagon.
And Secretary Rice was honored with the 2007 Inspiration Award from the WNBA.
Enjoy your visit to Sanity Island
I knew that was meant for jonny
I was on your other thread you posted...just got mixed up. ;o)
That was a good one
You bet...I’ve got lots more pictures like that [in my other computer, I don’t know if I’ll get ‘em transferred to my laptop...just too many]. Good lookin’ President.
If you liked that...check this one (Stevie Ray & Jimmie Vaughan) A little musical interlude while you FReep!
Just so you know, I stole the picture from you. :)
So sad .. I see the President and Vice President are still on the outs ........ NOT!! hehehe ;)
Interesting ...on the poll ratings for Congress and the President:
While the public's approval of Congress has dropped 11 points since May, the percentage of Democrats who are turning up their noses at Congress -- like Lambirth -- nearly doubled. Among Republicans, though, not so much.
Approval among Democrats fell 21 points, from 48 percent in May to 27 percent.
It remained low among Republicans, at 20 percent, and has not changed significantly in the past two months.
Among other survey findings:
--Bush's marks on his handling of the economy and domestic issues like health care, education and the environment, held steady, at 37 percent on the economy and 33 percent on domestic matters. Last month, Bush was at 37 percent approval for his stewardship of the economy, and 32 percent on domestic issues.
--On handling of foreign policy, including terrorism, 38 percent approved, compared with 35 percent last month.
--On handling the Iraq war, 31 percent approved, compared with 28 percent last month.
--Just about one-quarter of the people, or 26 percent, said the country is headed in the right direction. Last month, 21 percent said the country was on the right track.
The telephone survey of 1,004 adults was conducted July 9-11 by Ipsos, an international public opinion research company. The margin of sampling error was plus or minus 3 percentage points.
Hi there Kaslin. How are things your way?
I am, thank you. And the weather is cooler now. We even had big, rolling thunderstorms this morning after some rain last night. It was ugly hot here this week, in the 90’s.
And how are you?
LOL...Well, where’d I get it? Probably from FR and most likely on a daily dose thread several years ago. I’ve got two other computers FULL OF BUSH PHOTOS. One day I’ll have to gather them all up.
I can’t complain
Thanks for the dose
Wonderful Photo of the Day. Reminds me once again why I voted for these two intelligent and professional-acting men twice!
Thanks for the Dose and for Sanity Island...it becomes more of a sanctuary every day.
What do you want on your toaster?
Hello hope you are OK have not seen you around recently
Thanks for the dose and the ping SJ. I’m going to miss Peter Pace when he’s gone. I hope he gets some sort of job where he can use his talents well.