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George Bush 911
"I can hear you, the rest of the world can hear you and the people
who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us soon."

“Freedom itself was attacked this morning by a
faceless coward, and freedom will be defended.”

GW Bush in Uniform: George W Bush was born in New Haven, Connecticut, where his father, George HW Bush was attending Yale University. The senior Bush soon moved his family to West Texas and entered the oil business. The younger Bush assumed the highest office in the land on January 20, 2001, becoming the second President who was the son of a former President.

During the early years in Texas, the senior Bush built his fortune, earning his first million dollars by the time he was forty. This allowed George W a relatively privileged youth. Eventually, he followed his father's steps to Yale in 1964. This was about the time the senior Bush became interested in politics.

Like his father and grandfather, Bush was initiated into the Skull and Bones society while attending Yale. In 1968,  he received a commission with the Texas Air National Guard, flying F-102s out of Ellington Field. Bush was a “wild young man” and known to abuse alcohol. He met Laura Welch, a teacher and librarian, at a backyard barbecue. They married after a three month courtship. Bush credits Laura and her religious convictions for turning his life around. In 1986, he gave up alcohol entirely.

Bush ran and lost in a campaign for the US House of Representatives in 1978. He redirected his energies into the oil business. Bush started a number of successful oil exploration companies, and in 1988 moved his family to Washington DC to work on his father's Presidential campaign.

After the successful campaign, the Bushes returned to Texas, and George bought a share of the Texas Rangers Baseball franchise. Bush worked as the team's managing general partner and attended many games. He often chose to sit in the open stands with the regular fans.

George W BushAfter working on his father's unsuccessful re election campaign, Bush announced his candidacy for Governor of Texas in the 1994 election. He based  platform on welfare reform, tort reform, crime reduction and improving education. An important issue in the campaign was a bill allowing Texans to obtain permits to carry concealed weapons. Incumbent Ann Richards had vetoed the bill. Bush promised to sign it if elected, and he did, winning with 54% of the vote.

While still Governor, Bush announced his intention to run for President in 2000. He defeated a large field of contenders in the primaries, positioning himself as a compassionate conservative. The general election against Incumbent Vice President Al Gore was extremely close. The official results were delayed for a recount of Florida ballot. Eventually, Bush was declared the winner with 271 electoral votes to 266.

Bush began his presidency with an ambitious domestic agenda, but everything changed after the September 11 Terrorist Attacks. As President, Bush's compassion and decisive leadership were critical to the nation. President Bush sent the military into Iraq and Afghanistan as part of the “War on Terror”. Bush's approval rating was very high during this period, but factors would erode this confidence over the ensuing years.

George W BushAside from the War on Terror, Bush had early domestic success with the No child Left Behind initiative, but a darkening economy left an indelible stain on his legacy. The Dot Com Bubble and controversial tax cuts led into the Real Estate and Banking Bubbles. Bush left office after his second term, succeeded by Barrack Obama.

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GWB 20000803 Address Accepting Pres Nom at RNC
GWB 20010120 Inaugural Address
GWB 20010127 President's Radio Address
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GWB 20010911 Address to Nation on Terrorist Attacks
GWB 20010911 Sarasota FL Terrorist Attack NYC WTC
GWB 20010912 Following Meeting With National Security Team
GWB 20010913 Phone NYC Myr Rudolph Giuliani & George Pataki
GWB 20010914 National Day of Prayer and Remembrance Service
GWB 20010914 Police Firemen & Rescue World Trade Center NYC
GWB 20010915 Meeting Natl Security Team Camp David, Maryland
GWB 20010915 President's Radio Address
GWB 20010916 Remarks Arrival White House
GWB 20010917 Employees Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia
GWB 20010917 Remarks at Islamic Center of Washington
GWB 20010918 Disc President Jacques Chirac France
GWB 20010918 Remarks Honoring Charitable Organizations
GWB 20010919 Meeting Congressional Leaders
GWB 20010919 Pres Megawati Sukarnoputri of Indonesia
GWB 20010920 Joint Session Congress Terrorist Attacks 911
GWB 20010920 PM Tony Blair of United Kingdom
GWB 20010922 President's Radio Address
GWB 20010924 Following Disc PM Jean Chretien of Canada
GWB 20010924 US Financial Sanctions Terrorists & Supporters
GWB 20010925 Disc Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi of Japan
GWB 20010926 Prior Meeting With Sikh Community Leaders
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GWB 20010926 Remarks to CIA Employees in Langley VA
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GWB 20010928 Prior Disc King Abdullah II Jordan
GWB 20010929 President's Radio Address
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GWB 20011002 Reopng Ronald Reagan Natl Airport Arlington VA
GWB 20011003 DeSoto Elementary School in New York City
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GWB 20011004 Remarks to Department of Labor Employees
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GWB 20011005 Remarks Following Meeting Economic Policy Team
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GWB 20060131 Address Joint Session Congress State of Union
GWB 20070110 Address Nation on Military Operations in Iraq

 


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