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George W. Bush

George Walker Bush served as the nation's 43rd President of the United States.

Washington Week Show #4508-President George W. Bushs Vaca...

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Crawford, Texas: MS President George W. Bush driving white pick-up truck past camera. MS Camp Casey supporters, including Cindy Sheehan protesting with banner reading Peace is Patriotic outside Bush's ranch in Crawford, Texas. MS Cindy Sheehan praying to cross memorial while surrounded by press. MS Cindy Sheehan and other antiwar activists at candle light vigil. MCU Cindy Sheehan stating I don't want any more children to die, I'm a broken hearted mom, Georgette s a broken hearted mom, why would I want one more mother to go through what I'm going through just because Casey is dead. And when George Bush came by today twice, once past us and once going back what he saw was a couple hundred people out here that have opposing viewpoints to him, and he rarely sees that because he is so insulated from real America." Sheehan s talking is intercut with footage of Bush s black SUV convoy passing Camp Casey protest.

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February 21, 2005. President George W. Bush says "The Iranian regime must end its support for terrorism and must not develop nuclear weapons."

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February 22, 2005 President George W. Bush says "This notion that the United States is getting ready to attack Iran is simply ridiculous, having said that all options are on the table."

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February 23, 2005 President George W. Bush says says "Diplomacy is just beginning, Iran is not Iraq."

Washington Week Show # 4015 - Rising Unemployment Rate

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MCU President George W. Bush speaking into microphone at outdoor press conference "Any American out of work is too many Americans out of work. And that's why it's absolutely essential that we work together to put a growth plan in place to create jobs for hard working Americans".

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MCU President George W. Bush at podium during press conference. MS press woman asking Do you think Syria is linked to the assassination and further how far are you willing to go to expel Syria from Lebanon and stop it's involvement in Iraq?" Elevated LS pan of UN in session. MCU Colin Powell seated behind United States plaquer. MCU President Bush at press conferance responding to question "We've recalled our Ambassador which indicates that the relationship is not moving forward..."

Washington Week Show # 4310-The Economy

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MS President George W. Bush speaking at podium in Indiana We've taken steps to get our economy growing again and there are some very hopeful signs that progress is being made, I'm optimistic about the future of our country. Yet, today's unemployment report shows we've got more to do."

Washington Week Show # 4309-Iraq War

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United States: MCU President George W. Bush at podium saying No nation can be neutral in the struggle between civilization and chaos. Every nation that stands on the side of freedom and the value of human life must condemn terrorism and act against the few who destroy the hopes of the many."

Washington Week Show #103-Special Report Assault on Ameri...

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MCU President George W. Bush speaking at White House "Through the tears of sadness I see an opportunity. You know make no mistake about it, this nation is sad, but we're also tough and resolute and now's an opportunity to do generations a favor by coming together and whipping terrorism, hunting it down, finding it and holding them accountable. A nation must understand this is now the focus of my administration."

Washington Week Show # 3997 - Vice President Cheney's Ene...

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Short video clip of President George W. Bush "Nor can we conserve our way to having enough energy available, 'cause we gotta do both."

Flashpoints USA w/Bryant Gumbel & Gwen Ifill - Dixie Chic...

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Elevated LS of President George W. Bush on deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier waving to massive crew gathered. GV profile of President George W. Bush on deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier waving to the applauding crew.

Washington Week Show #4016:America Responds-National Cath...

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MCU President George W. Bush speaking at memorial service, September 14, 2001, at the National Cathedral: "On Tuesday our country was attacked with deliberate and massive cruelty. We have seen the images of fire and ashes and bent steel, now come the names, the list of casualties we are only beginning to read. They're the names of men and women who began their day at a desk or at an airport busy with life. They're the names of people who faced death and in their last moments called home to say be brave, and I love you. They're the names of passengers who defied their murderers and prevented the murder of others on the ground. They are the names of men and women who wore the uniform of the United States and died at their posts. They're the names of rescuers, the ones whom death found running up the stairs and into the fires to help others. We will read all these names, we linger over them and learn their stories and many americans will weep."

Washington Week Show # 4251 - Roundtable Discussion Regar...

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June 18, 2003. President George W. Bush seated stating "Well, the international community must come together to make it very clear to Iran that we will not tolerate the construction of the nuclear weapon. Iran would be dangerous if they have a nuclear weapon."

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President George W. Bush and Jacques Chirac seated together

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President George W. Bush walking outside with German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (Gerhard Schroder). It is snowing.

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President George W. Bush and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (Gerhard Schroder) at press conference.

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February 24, 2005. President George W. Bush at podium "Democracies always reflect a country's customs, and culture and I know that. Yet democracies have certain things in common, they have a rule of law and protection of minorities, a free press and a viable political opposition. I was able to share my concerns about Russia s commitment in fulfilling these universal principals; I did so in a constructive and friendly way."

George W. Bush Speech to Joint Session of Congress

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President GEORGE W. BUSH is introduced, Congress gives standing ovation. President Bush begins speech: "In the normal course of events President come to this chamber to report on the State of the Union. Tonight no such report is needed. It is (sic) already been delivered by the American people. We have seen it in the courage of passengers who rush terrorists to save others on the ground. Passengers like an exceptional man named Todd Beamer. Would you please help me welcome his wife, Lisa Beamer." MSs LISA BEAMER standing, TLSs Congress giving her a standing ovation. President Bush continues: "We have seen the state of our union in the endurance of our rescuers working past exhaustion. We've seen the unfurling of flags, the lighting of candles, the giving of blood, the saying of prayers in English and Hebrew and Arabic. For the last nine days the entire world has seen the state of our union and it is strong." Standing ovation. MS NYC Mayor RUDOLPH GIULIANI and New York Governor GEORGE PATAKI standing, applauding. Mr. Bush continues: "Our grief has turned to anger and anger to resolution. Whether we bring our enemies to justice, or justice to our enemies, justice will be done". MS Senators TRENT LOTT and CHARLES SCHUMER standing, applauding.
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President GEORGE W. BUSH continues speaking to Congress: "I thank the Congress for its leadership at such an important time you acted by delivering 40 billion dollars to rebuild our communities and meet the needs of our military." C/As of Senators TRENT LOTT, CHARLES SCHUMER, and TOM DASCHLE, Rep. RICHARD GEPHARDT and House Speaker DENNY HASTERT. C/A of British Prime Minister TONY BLAIR sitting next to First Lady LAURA BUSH. Mr. Bush thanks all the countries that have expressed their sympathy (with the notable exceptions of Cuba & Palestine) and their citizens who perished in the terrorist attacks. "America has no truer friend than Great Britain thank you for coming, friend." MSs TONY BLAIR standing to receive ovations. "On 9/11, enemies of freedom committed an act of war against our country. America has known wars, but for the past 136 yrs they have been on foreign soil except for one Sunday in 1941." C/A Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General HENRY H. SHELTON. "Americans have many questions tonight. Who attacked our country? The evidence we have gathered points to a collection loosely affiliated terrorist organizations known as al Qaeda." C/A of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: Henry Shelton, ERIC SHINSEKI, JAMES JONES, and VERNON CLARK. Mr. Bush says they are responsible for the attacks of US embassies in Africa and on the USS Cole. "Al Qaeda is to terror what the mafia is to crime." C/A of the Supreme Court Justices. "The terrorist perform a fringe form of Islamic extremism a fringe movement that perverts the peaceful teaching of Islam." Mr. Bush says they are commanded to kill Christians and Jews and Americans with no distinction between military and civilians. C/As of Sec. Of State COLIN POWELL and Attorney General JOHN ASHCROFT. Mr. Bush says Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda have connections to Islamic Jihad, that terrorist camps are run in Afghanistan. C/A of Sec. of Defense DONALD RUMSFELD.
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President GEORGE W. BUSH says that Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda wield mighty influence upon Afghanistan and the ruling Taliban government. Mr. Bush reveals the horrible ugly truths about the Taliban government (things that the rest of the world have been denouncing for years). "We condemn the Taliban regime." C/A of First Lady LAURA BUSH, British PM TONY BLAIR, NYC Mayor RUDY GIULIANI, Gov. TOM RIDGE listening, then standing & applauding. C/A of Senators CHARLES SCHUMER and HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON standing and applauding, talking to each other while applauding. "It is not only repressing its own people, it is threatening people everywhere by sponsoring and sheltering and supplying terrorists. By aiding and abetting murder, the Taliban regime is committing murder. And tonight the United States of America makes the following demands upon the Taliban. Deliver to US authorities all leader of al Qaeda who hide in your land." Standing Ovation. C/A of National Security Advisor CONDOLEEZZA RICE (Condi Rice, Condoleeza Rice) nodding, applauding. "Release all foreign nationals including American citizens you have unjustly imprisoned. Protect foreign diplomats, journalists, and aid workers in your country. Close immediately and permanently every terrorist training camp in Afghanistan." C/A Sec. Of State COLIN POWELL applauding. "These demands are not open for negotiation or discussion." Standing ovation. "The Taliban must act and act immediately. They will hand over the terrorists or they will share in their fate."
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President GEORGE W. BUSH says that the US respects the Islamic faith, that it is a good and peaceful religion. "Those who commit evil in the name of Allah, blaspheme the name of Allah. The terrorist are traitors to their own faith, trying, in effect, to hijack Islam itself our enemy is a radical network of terrorists and every government that supports them." Standing ovation. Mr. Bush says the war on terrorism begin with al Qaeda but doesn't end there. C/A wide angles of House of Representatives chamber. Mr. Bush says that the terrorists hate democracy and our freedoms, that they want to overthrow existing govts in Arab countries as well as drive Israel out of the Middle East. C/A Senator JOHN MCCAIN (R-AZ). C/A Senator ORRIN HATCH (R-UT). "We are deceived by their pretenses to piety. We have seen their kind before. They are the heirs to all the murderous ideologies of the 20th century. By sacrificing human life to serve their radical vision, by abandoning every value except the will to power they follow in the path of fascism, Nazism and totalitarianism and they will follow in that path all the way to where it ends, in history's unmarked grave of discarded lies."
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President GEORGE W. BUSH says that the US will use every resource and means of diplomacy and intelligence to win the war. "Now, this war will not be like the war on Iraq a decade ago with the decisive liberation of territory." C/A of Sec. Of State COLIN POWELL. Mr. Bush says that Americans should expect a lengthy campaign to win the war of terrorism. C/A of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D-CT) sitting behind them. Mr. Bush says that "we will starve the terrorists of funding, turn them one against another, drive them place to place until there's no refuge and no rest". Mr. Bush says that "every nation and very region now has a decision to make: either you are with us or you are with the terrorists". Standing ovation. "From this day forward, any nation that continues to harbor or support terrorism will be regarded by the United States as a hostile regime". Mr. Bush announces the creation of a cabinet-level position, the Office of Homeland Security, and glowingly introduces the possessor of that position, Tom Ridge. C/A of Bush Cabinet: DONALD RUMSFELD, Colin Powell, JOHN ASHCROFT, NORMAN MINETA, TOMMY THOMPSON, etc. C/As Gov. TOM RIDGE standing, nodding; standing next to him is British PM TONY BLAIR. Mr. Bush outlines the role and responsibilities of the new office. Mr. Bush says that "the only way to defeat terrorism as a threat to our way of life is to stop it, eliminate it and destroy it where it grows".
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President GEORGE W. BUSH asks that military personnel to "be ready". C/A of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. C/A Secretary of Defense DONALD RUMSFELD. C/A First Lady LAURA BUSH standing, applauding. Mr. Bush says that this is both the world's and civilization's fight. C/A British PM TONY BLAIR. Mr. Bush says that the US needs the cooperation of the world, that if the terrorists go unpunished then their cities and citizens could be next; "Terror unanswered cannot only bring down buildings but it threaten the stability of legitimate governments. And you know what? We're not going to allow it." Standing ovation. C/A Senators CHARLES SCHUMER and HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON standing, applauding. "Americans are asking, what is expected of us? I ask you to live your lives and hug your children. I ask you to be calm and resolute and uphold the values of America." Mr. Bush condemns racial attacks against Arab-Americans. C/A Rep. RICHARD GEPHARDT standing, applauding. Mr. Bush asks people to continue financial contribution to help the victims of the 9/11 attacks, plugging his website, libertyunites.org. C/As NYC Mayor RUDOPLH GIULIANI and NY Gov. GEORGE PATAKI.
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President GEORGE W. BUSH asks that the American people continue to participate and have confidence in the American economy. C/A Secretary of Transportation NORMAN MINETA. C/A LISA BEAMER, wife of Todd Beamer, standing and applauding. Mr. Bush asks the American people to pray, then thanks them for all they have done. C/A Congresswoman BARBARA LEE, the lone dissenting vote against Mr. Bush's resolution to use "all necessary and appropriate force" in the war on terrorism. Mr. Bush says that the number of federal air marshals will expand on domestic flights and promote financial assistance to the hurting airlines. Mr. Bush says that law enforcement agencies will be given more freedom to do their job. C/A Attorney General JOHN ASHCROFT. Mr. Bush promises to bolster intelligence gathering agencies, then introduces Rudy Giuliani and George Pataki. MSs RUDY GIULIANI and GEORGE PATAKI standing, receiving standing ovation. Mr. Bush says that "we will rebuild New York City". Mr. Bush says that "this country will define our times, not be defined by them." C/A Senators CHARLES SCHUMER and HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON standing, applauding.
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President GEORGE W. BUSH says freedom and fear are at war, and that we will not fail. C/A unidentified NYPD and FDNY officers in stands, listening and then applauding. Mr. Bush hopes that in time life will return to normal, yet we shouldn't forget what happened that day. Mr. Bush holds up NYPD badge of Officer George Howard, who perished in the WTC attacks, says that it is his reminder that "the task does not end". C/A LISA BEAMER, widow of Todd Beamer, standing and applauding. Mr. Bush says that freedom and fear, justice and cruelty, have always been at war and that God is not neutral between them. C/A First Lady LAURA BUSH. Mr. Bush says we'll meet violence with-- hesitation b/c he knows the correct answer is violence-- "patient justice." Mr. Bush ends speech.
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