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A Day in the Life of President Bush (photos): 1.20.09
Yahoo.com | 1.20.09 | rintense

Posted on 01/20/2009 5:55:43 PM PST by rintense

Today, we witness the end of an era. While that cliche recalls a bit of nostalgia and even a bit of sorrowful histrionics, we nonetheless realize the impact the past eight years have had on us as Americans and as individuals.

Eight years ago we welcomed a straight-talking, steel backboned cowboy as the 43rd President of the United States. Detractors already had him labeled as the spoiled rich kid. Yet, there was something about him that reached to everyday Americans. He wasn't the typical polished politician. He didn't get caught up in the hyperbole of oration. He laughed at himself before others could laugh at him. And he even admitted to loving cheetos and peanut butter 'sammiches'.

Who knew eight years ago that an everyday kinda guy named George Walker Bush would have turned the Washington DC elite on their backs by being every bit the cowboy his home state of Texas is so well known for.

We did.

We knew his capability for greatness.

Dubya, a simple nickname for a man far more complex than given credit for, gave us a glimpse of that greatness during his first international crisis with the Chinese in the early days of his administration. We witnessed that greatness on September 11th, 2001 as Dubya united Americans for a common goal and against a radical enemy. He spoke for every single one of us as he addressed the workers at Ground Zero and said, 'I can hear you, the rest of the world hears you, and the people who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us soon.'

Plan spoken greatness straight from the heart of an American.

Arguably, the months following September 11th were his best. We saw his vulnerability with each tear he shed, only to be outdone by the sheer resolute conviction that 'we will not falter, we will not fail.' It was in these months, that George W. Bush cemented his place in US history as well as our hearts.

He wasn't perfect. Far from it. He made decisions that angered those on both sides of the political spectrum. But there can be no doubt whatever he decided, it wasn't done to placate the national media or to somehow get into the good graces of those who battered him with criticism on a daily basis. In fact, the famous photo of Dubya walking with a copy of 'Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News' was pretty much a one fingered Texas salute to the media. Again, he personified what so many of us were already knew.

By most accounts, George Bush the man was one that even the staunchest of detractors admitted to liking. Quite often, many marry policy and ideal to the individual and liability. But even the most ardent partisan succumbed to the man and realized there is a true and distinct difference between what you see and what you get. After all, who doesn't get a quick smile when Dubya tells Ozzie Osborn that 'mom likes your stuff.'

With every President, we hear the phrase 'history will be the judge of a President's true success.' Those of us who have been supporters of George Walker Bush for the past eight years know what it takes to be make history. And we know, years from now, the man with a spine of steel who wears his heart on his sleeve, will truly be historic.

The angel will still ride in the whirlwind... with a few layovers in Midland, Texas.

God bless you, George Walker Bush. You will always hold a special place in our hearts.


TOPICS: News/Current Events; US: Texas
KEYWORDS: bhoinauguration; bush; bushlegacy; farewell; laurabush; midland; presidentbush; presidentgeorgewbush; w; welcomehome
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To: SuziQ

‘...he was surrounded by a throng of kids, with their arms all around him. It was a wonderful sight.’

I, too, LOVED that picture. Kids know when people are genuine.....and they loved our wonderful W.


51 posted on 01/20/2009 7:47:32 PM PST by 4integrity
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To: Wolfstar

Hi Wolfstar! So good to ‘see’ you! It’s a day of mixed emotions....can’t bear thinking that W is no longer President and CIC but, I’m happy that President and Mrs. Bush can now return to a calmer life surrounded by people who love them.


52 posted on 01/20/2009 7:53:09 PM PST by 4integrity
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To: rintense
I can only repeat what you wrote, Rintense.

With every President, we hear the phrase 'history will be the judge of a President's true success.' Those of us who have been supporters of George Walker Bush for the past eight years know what it takes to be make history. And we know, years from now, the man with a spine of steel who wears his heart on his sleeve, will truly be historic.

53 posted on 01/20/2009 7:56:33 PM PST by nana4bush
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To: Wolfstar

‘...I genuinely love this great man.’

my sentiments exactly.


54 posted on 01/20/2009 7:56:33 PM PST by 4integrity
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To: homemom; rintense; silent_jonny; snugs; STARWISE; All
It’s eerily premonitional...

It was indeed. I call it prophetic.

Not to be disrespectful to you in any way, but a lot of people have been saying things like, "GW wasn't perfect, but..." Thing is, no mortal human being is perfect, yet phrasing such as that seems to imply that many people expected perfection from him. Or, if not that, then it's kind of a way of reflecting that one should be embarrassed to praise President Bush.

Our Dubya did the very best he possibly could with an impossibly complex and inordinately difficult job. He was dealt a bad hand right from the start with Gore's piggish attempts to steal the election, having his transition cut in half, then Jeffords' disgraceful jump to tilt the senate to the Dims, then the Chinese shooting down our Navy plane, then the terror attacks and virtually simultaneous anthrax attacks.

I don't believe any president other than Lincoln has had a more turbulent first year.

55 posted on 01/20/2009 8:00:02 PM PST by Wolfstar (This much I know is true, God blessed the broken road that led me straight to you.)
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To: 4integrity
I’m happy that President and Mrs. Bush can now return to a calmer life surrounded by people who love them.

Me too. He deserves a long and happy retirement, hopefully filled with grandchildren he and Laura can spoil. BTW, I'll also miss seeing the Scotties. It was such a treat watching them grow up in the WH.

56 posted on 01/20/2009 8:02:37 PM PST by Wolfstar (This much I know is true, God blessed the broken road that led me straight to you.)
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To: Wolfstar

My comment about him not being perfect echos that sentiment. Obviously there were things even I disagreed with him about. And that’s the point- anyone expecting perfection will be absolutely devastated. I think O supporters fall into this category.


57 posted on 01/20/2009 8:06:07 PM PST by rintense (Go Israel!)
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To: rintense

It is so hard to see this day. I was so glad to find these threads so many years ago. As my life has gotten busier, I have had less time to look and post, but have always appreciated being able to check in when I could.

Rintense, Thank you for starting this and carrying on for so long. To all the others who took so much time to dig up pictures and post this thread, thank you, too. I will miss the thread almost as much as I will miss the President.


58 posted on 01/20/2009 8:07:12 PM PST by ODC-GIRL (Proudly serving our Nation's Homeland Defense)
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To: rintense
Thank you, rintense for founding this island of sanity. I was not around, or involved with the world much when President Bush took office. Although, when that treasonous jFk tried to unseat our wonderful President I began searching the internet. It was this thread that I found and it kept me coming back to FR. I very much appreciate all those that have kept it going for the past 8 years. My only regret was that life changed drastically and I was unable to continue posting.

Love you, W!

59 posted on 01/20/2009 8:11:46 PM PST by Just A Nobody (I *LOVE* my Attitude Problem - NEVER AGAIN...Support our Troops! Beware the ENEMEDIA)
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To: rintense
I think O supporters fall into this category.

I believe you're right. There is already some grumbling from the far left.

60 posted on 01/20/2009 8:14:53 PM PST by Wolfstar (This much I know is true, God blessed the broken road that led me straight to you.)
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To: Just A Nobody

Ironically, I found FR on election night 2000 because I was so angry about Al Gore trying to steal the election.


61 posted on 01/20/2009 8:19:08 PM PST by rintense (Go Israel!)
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To: rintense

Don’t know how you captured so many special moments some days but I thoroughly enjoyed seeing this man in action. He’s so deserving of R & R and I am glad he is safe in Texas. He kept us safe! God bless President Bush, Laura and their family.

Rintense! Get one more photo for us.... the day W and Laura see their first grandchild.


62 posted on 01/20/2009 8:19:25 PM PST by janee (janee)
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To: Wolfstar; snugs; silent_jonny; Kaslin; daisyscarlett; LUV W; DrDeb; NordP; retrokitten; ...

I’m so tired of the “yeah, buts” about
Pres. Bush, as if any human being
has perfection written in his DNA,
except my merciful Jesus Christ.

Just 20% of the breadth, constancy and
intensity of the extraordinary stresses
and pressures this dear man faced would
cripple or render chemically addicted 99%
of his keyboard commando and other critics.

Just listening to the daily threat briefing
for over 7 years, and analyzing, strategizing
and successfully achieving the goal of keeping
our country free from further terror attacks,
when they were absolutely expected, IS perfection
in my eyes.

The gratitude I have for him is immeasurable
and forever.

God bless Pres. Bush richly the rest of
his days. He will always have my deepest
love, respect, and honor.


63 posted on 01/20/2009 8:26:32 PM PST by STARWISE ((They (LIBS-STILL) think of this WOT as Bush's war, not America's war- Richard Miniter)
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To: janee

That will be a lovely event for them for sure!


64 posted on 01/20/2009 8:28:56 PM PST by rintense (Go Israel!)
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To: rintense
Well done, Ros.

Thanks for the inspiration to start this thread those several years ago, and for all of the hope, joy, and reassurance it has given to us throughout the years.

There were certain regulars on the thread, but I can assure you that countless thousands knew that if on any particular day they needed a boost, they could visit the Daily Dose and get the comfort, encouragement, and resolve they needed to continue the fight.

Well done.

65 posted on 01/20/2009 8:29:45 PM PST by TexasNative2000 (My Economics degree comes in very handy. I can correctly explain the theory behind my unemployment.)
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For those who are interested, I have quite a few DitL threads bookmarked, particularly right after 9-11.


66 posted on 01/20/2009 8:33:41 PM PST by rintense (Go Israel!)
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To: Wolfstar

I love your tagline Wolfstar. That is one of my favorite songs and I have quite a few renditions of it by various artists, but I think Rascal Flatts did the best job with it.


67 posted on 01/20/2009 8:38:32 PM PST by Merlinator (January 20. 2009, A National Day of Mourning)
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To: rintense

HI Rin! I just thought I’d stop by to say hi and thanks for doing this thread for all these years. What a sad day this is for me in so many ways. Gosh I can’t believe it’s been almost 8 years since this thread started!!!!! Where did all the time go?

It’s been wonderful having this man as our leader. I will very much miss him in the White House.


68 posted on 01/20/2009 8:41:04 PM PST by lawgirl (She comes on like thunder and she's more right than rain)
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To: rintense

Thank you so much for this thread. Our President leaving hit me harder that I thought and I KNEW it would be hard.

I miss them already....I couldn’t hold back the tears when I saw their plane becoming smaller and smaller in the camera. I missed the activities in Midland. Is there anywhere I could get to see a re-run of that.

Its been a great 8 years and I loved every minute the Bush’s were in the White House.

Thanks again, rintense, maybe I can pull out of this soon!


69 posted on 01/20/2009 8:44:41 PM PST by jaycee
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To: lawgirl

Hey stranger!!! Wow, you were certainly here from day one!!!! Those were the days, huh...


70 posted on 01/20/2009 8:44:51 PM PST by rintense (Go Israel!)
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To: Merlinator
I love your tagline Wolfstar.

Thanks Merlinator. I love the song, too. It has a lot of personal meaning for me, but I suppose it does for many other people. Just wonderful lyrics and a lovely melody.

71 posted on 01/20/2009 8:45:21 PM PST by Wolfstar (This much I know is true, God blessed the broken road that led me straight to you.)
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To: rintense
For those who are interested, I have quite a few DitL threads bookmarked, particularly right after 9-11.

I'm interested and would be very grateful if you could send me a few of the URL's.

72 posted on 01/20/2009 8:53:22 PM PST by Wolfstar (This much I know is true, God blessed the broken road that led me straight to you.)
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To: Wolfstar

You can find them in the links section on my profile page. Unfortunately the pictures are gone, but the comments are still there.


73 posted on 01/20/2009 8:55:37 PM PST by rintense (Go Israel!)
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To: rintense
You can find them in the links section on my profile page.

Thanks. It's OK that the photos are gone. I have many from that period. It's the comments I want to save.

74 posted on 01/20/2009 8:57:33 PM PST by Wolfstar (This much I know is true, God blessed the broken road that led me straight to you.)
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To: rintense

Thank You Rintense, you are all Taste and Class.....


75 posted on 01/20/2009 9:02:59 PM PST by cmsgop
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To: rintense
These threads prompted many a conversation, one of which is still very fondly remembered.
76 posted on 01/20/2009 9:04:41 PM PST by TexasNative2000 (My Economics degree comes in very handy. I can correctly explain the theory behind my unemployment.)
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To: Wolfstar
Here's a fun one!

The day the daily dose of Dubya went to hell in a hand basket

77 posted on 01/20/2009 9:08:32 PM PST by rintense (Go Israel!)
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To: rintense

Thank you, rintense, for starting the Dose. I’m so very meloncholy this evening. I’ll truly miss our W. A Patriot, a President who said what he meant, and stuck to it. We knew what he meant, and didn’t need any pundit to interpret his words.

May God continue to bless him and Laura, and all his family.

And to George Walker Bush: I’m a 9/11 Mom. You kept my family safe. For that alone, you are my hero President.

By virtue of my son-in-law, we are a military (Navy) family. You, President Bush, respected and loved these families, and never took their service for granted. They trusted you, because they knew you would never put them in harms way for any purpose that wasn’t in the best interest of our country.

I honor you, I respect you, and I love you, for your great service to our blessed country. Listening to your remarks this evening upon returning to Texas, I can say that you never did tire, you didn’t falter, and you didn’t fail.You did, indeed, keep us safe.

Thank you for your steadfast devotion to our country. May you, and Laura, and all your family, retire in the knowledge that you certainly did do your best to honor your oath to “preserve and protect the constitution of the United States of America, so help you God”.


78 posted on 01/20/2009 9:17:52 PM PST by baseballmom (Philadelphia Phillies - 2008 World Series Champions!!)
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To: rintense

I remember when you first started these threads. The media refused to do pictures of Dubya and you had to hunt all over for them. It’s been a fast 8 years rintense.


79 posted on 01/20/2009 9:19:10 PM PST by McGavin999
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To: rintense

Thanks for posting this rintense. A lot of the success of this thread is because of you.


80 posted on 01/20/2009 9:19:11 PM PST by daylilly
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To: rintense

“I swear the woman hasn’t aged one bit in eight years.”

That was my thought, exactly. If anything she’s more beautiful than she was 8 years ago. Thank God President Bush had her love and quiet strength throughout his tumultuous terms. And, thank God we had him as our president. We can only pray as we face the future.

Thank you so much for this thread, and starting the Dose.


81 posted on 01/20/2009 9:30:18 PM PST by EDINVA
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To: rintense

I’ve lurked here for years, and even though I never posted, I ALWAYS APPRECIATED THIS ONGOING THREAD.

Bless you for keeping it alive. When W thanked America for praying for him today, I thought immediately of this thread. I’ll betcha he felt the love and support emanating from this very thread over the years. How could HE NOT?


82 posted on 01/20/2009 9:40:37 PM PST by moodyskeptic (the counterculture votes R)
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To: moodyskeptic; All

I lurked too moodyskeptic because I knew my ever faithful would keep the faith! Thank you so much rintense and All..the ever faithful for keeping it real!

I know President Bush could not be our President forever but I just felt so safe! Now, I don’t and I am afraid for our country’s future.

You and all the fine FReepers have made the Daily Dose a favorite of my lurker eyes! THANK YOU SO MUCH!


83 posted on 01/20/2009 10:00:37 PM PST by jhw61
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To: rintense; All

Thank you for this Wonderful Dose, Rintense! I Bookmarked the Link you Posted so I can Read it Tomorrow. I Lurked for Months at the Dose before I Signed Up on FR in 2004; that Thread was Probably Posted before my Lurker Days. God Bless you and All the Dose Hosts and Posters, and God Bless our Dear President!


84 posted on 01/20/2009 10:55:01 PM PST by Kitty Mittens (To God Be All Excellent Praise!!)
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To: rintense
Today, we witness the end of an era.

Yes, I think so. I haven't felt like this since I got out of the Army in 1992. I was in from '88 to '92, I saw the end of the Cold War and lived through the Gulf War. I felt as though I'd seen a world historical epoch come to an end. I feel like I'm living through a similar type of end today, but without the feelings of hope for the immediate future that I had back then.

Although I was keenly disappointed in President Bush at times (I'm still smarting a little from the immigration/amnesty business), I can't imagine anyone else serving as President of our beloved country for the last 8 years. We will only know the full extent of GWB's efforts to protect us in future years. Now it is only decent to acknowledge them and be thankful.

It really is the end of an era. I think the post-WW II configuration of conservatism is over--"Gone with the Wind," as the saying goes. Many of the "old lions" left us this year (William F Buckley, Paul Weyrich, et al.). Someday we'll read about passing of Phyllis Schlafly and Margaret Thatcher. We've had a great run. Nonetheless, a new conservatism will arise. I am apprehensive about the near future, but I believe we are an amazingly resilient people in the long run. Dubya represents the last of a certain type of American, but there will be new ones who embody the old values in future times.

May God bless our beloved United States, its people, and George W. Bush. Thanks to be to God that he was our President during the last eight years!

85 posted on 01/21/2009 12:28:32 AM PST by ishmac ("There are no permanent defeats in politics because there are no permanent victories." Lady Thatcher)
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To: rintense

From a foreign citizen speaking for many more: THANK YOU PRESIDENT BUSH!!


86 posted on 01/21/2009 1:31:10 AM PST by fabrizio
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To: rintense
It seems in some ways such a short time has passed since you started these threads. I haven't always posted to them recently, but I have always checked them.

I watched the doings yesterday until I could be sure that President Bush was safely out of DC and away from that horrible crowd on the mall. I would note that even though Obama made dismissive remarks in his speech and the crowd booed President Bush, when W arrived in Midland he called Obama a good man and asked everyone to pray for him and the Midland crowd did NOT boo. That pretty much says it all.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to The Dose over the last 8 years. I was always glad to be able to come here and see what had happened at the White House, since the media often refused to show him. You ladies did a great service to the country and have my undying respect and gratitude.

87 posted on 01/21/2009 2:51:35 AM PST by Miss Marple
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To: rintense

Is there an address to mail/email a “Thank You” to President Bush?


88 posted on 01/21/2009 6:01:54 AM PST by village idiot
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To: rintense
I neglected to Thank You, rintense, for the comfort I obtained, having this column available!
89 posted on 01/21/2009 6:05:52 AM PST by village idiot
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To: baseballmom

baseballmom, thank you for your wonderful comments about our dear W. He is a hero. Once again, tears well up.....


90 posted on 01/21/2009 7:53:01 AM PST by 4integrity
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To: village idiot

There’s a website.

I think it’s like thankyouw.com ?


91 posted on 01/21/2009 7:55:04 AM PST by ConservativeMan55
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To: ConservativeMan55; village idiot

I think this is the site you want

http://www.thankyoupresidentgeorgewbush.com/


92 posted on 01/21/2009 8:26:42 AM PST by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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To: All

I have just been up on the George W Bush Presidential Library site and they are saying that an achive copy of the White House website will be online shortly.

http://www.georgewbushlibrary.com/administration/archives


93 posted on 01/21/2009 8:45:56 AM PST by snugs ((An English Cheney Chick - Big Time))
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To: rintense

I have said the same thing about him not being perfect, but,he did the best job that he could and he did what he thought was right for our country despite the criticism that he got at EVERY turn. Heck, I don’t even agree with every decision that I have made let alone condemn President Bush. He was a great President and I will be forever grateful for everything that he did to keep our country safe.
I was feeling really sad about the events of this week and needed a lift. I got that lift today when I went to my mailbox. Hanging on my mailbox was a manila envelope with a return address from THE WHITE HOUSE! Inside that envelope was a signed picture and very nice letter from President Bush thanking me and everone else that supported him and sending his best wishes for the American people and our new POTUS. It made me smile.

Thank you very much for this thread.


94 posted on 01/21/2009 10:54:39 AM PST by NellieMae (Here...... common sense,common sense,common sense,where'd ya go... common sense......)
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To: rintense

God bless President Bush. He took the heat and I think that history will be kind to him.


95 posted on 01/21/2009 11:32:22 AM PST by GWfan
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To: rintense

Thank you for this thread.

God bless you, President Bush. I’ve had a heavy heart for the last several days. Watching you leave Washington yesterday broke my heart. I wish you and your family many happy years in Midland. Thank you, Sir, for your honor, service and integrity as you served this country.


96 posted on 01/21/2009 3:54:38 PM PST by linney910
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To: snugs; STARWISE; Wolfstar; rintense; DrDeb; Kaslin; daisyscarlett
I have just been up on the George W Bush Presidential Library site and they are saying that an achive copy of the White House website will be online shortly.

GOOD! I'm glad that none of the information, speeches or photos will be lost.

I went to the White House site last night and it had already turned into messiah-land. I just deleted it from my bookmarks and replaced it with the link you found.

97 posted on 01/21/2009 4:07:16 PM PST by silent_jonny ("All I want is to enter my house justified" - Joel McCrea, Ride The High Country)
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To: snugs; silent_jonny; Wolfstar; DrDeb; LUV W; All

Good! Thank you!

The WH site looks horrid ... can’t stand it.

I’ll look at the old Bush WH site any time
I need a lift.


98 posted on 01/21/2009 4:23:32 PM PST by STARWISE ((They (LIBS-STILL) think of this WOT as Bush's war, not America's war- Richard Miniter)
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To: snugs; silent_jonny; Wolfstar; DrDeb; LUV W; All

Which means .............. regularly ! ;)


99 posted on 01/21/2009 4:23:53 PM PST by STARWISE ((They (LIBS-STILL) think of this WOT as Bush's war, not America's war- Richard Miniter)
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To: rintense

I miss Pres. Bush already. It got to the point that I was reminding myself that yesterday was just the start of a four-year countdown.


100 posted on 01/21/2009 4:25:30 PM PST by WinOne4TheGipper (Why do foul-mouthed conspiracy theorists who can't back up their ideas think that I belong at DU?)
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