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Author: United States President (2001- : Bush),George W. Bush
ISBN: 1557045232
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Pages 40 pages
Publisher Newmarket Pr (November 1, 2001)
Language English
Category: Politics
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by United States President (2001- : Bush),George W. Bush


Transcript of President Bush's address to a joint session of Congress on Thursday night, September 20, 2001

Transcript of President Bush's address to a joint session of Congress on Thursday night, September 20, 2001. Mr. Speaker, Mr. President Pro Tempore, members of Congress, and fellow Americans, in the normal course of events, presidents come to this chamber to report on the state of the union. Tonight, no such report is needed; it has already been delivered by the American people. We have seen it in the courage of passengers who rushed terrorists to save others on the ground.

On September 10, 2001 the United States was still a country severely . On September 20, 2001 President George W. Bush's Our Mission and Our Moment joined those hallowed ranks.

On September 10, 2001 the United States was still a country severely divided by a confusing cultural war illustrated so vividly just nine months earlier when the country voted down the middle in the presidential elections. Some were still bitter about how things had turned out and were blaming President George W. Bush for the sour turn the economy was taking. The petty bickering stopped for awhile on September 11, 2001. Nine days later, he addressed the nation and parts of his speech that night remain in the hearts of all Americans.

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20, President Bush pledges to defend America's freedom against the fear of terrorism. {Information Description In a historic address to the nation and joint session of Congress Sept. 20, President Bush pledges to defend America's freedom against the fear of terrorism.

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Presents the complete text of President Bush's historic speech of September 20, 2001, accompanied by a timeline of events following the September 11 terrorist attacks.
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On September 10, 2001 the United States was still a country severely divided by a confusing cultural war illustrated so vividly just nine months earlier when the country voted down the middle in the presidential elections. Some were still bitter about how things had turned out and were blaming President George W. Bush for the sour turn the economy was taking.
The petty bickering stopped for awhile on September 11, 2001. For the first time in a long time, the nation united. It was a horrible day, yet at the same time it was a day of honor and glory. Heroes are fashioned over time by the simple things they do in life, it's just that most people fail to see them as such. But when adversity strikes, the heroes that are always among us rise to the occassion doing what they have always done, the only difference being that it is on a stage much larger than they are used to performing upon with all eyes fixed upon them.
On September 11, 2001 President George W. Bush stood the ground and did what needed to be done. The whole world had seemed to change, but he was still the man he had always been. It was just that people began to see him in a different light, as a leader far more capable of the task set before him than many people, days earlier, would have supposed. Nine days later, he addressed the nation and parts of his speech that night remain in the hearts of all Americans. Presidents makes speeches all the time, but it is very rare that a president makes a speech that plants itself in history: Lincoln's Gettysburg Address; FDR's Day of Infamy; Kennedy's ask what you can do for your country; Reagan's address in Berlin to tear down the wall. On September 20, 2001 President George W. Bush's Our Mission and Our Moment joined those hallowed ranks. The words became embedded in all our hearts. They are a firm reminder of how great our country is, of the difficulties that lie ahead, and of the hope we can all claim as Americans. "In all that lies before us, may God grant us wisdom, and may He watch over the United States of America."
Grotilar
You will want this book as a keepsake and a memento of these stern times that we are passing through. For whatever reason, for good or bad, we were ordained to live during these great and terrible days, and I foresee a time when our grandchildren will ask us about this war with awe and reverence, much like we look to the World War II generation with awe and reverence.
This talk is the galvanizing address that W gave after the attack on the United States. We need to remember always what we are fighting for. We need to keep our resolve up, since, as Yates observes, "The best lack all conviction, the worst are full of a passionate intensity."
This booklet also has a chronology of the events surrounding the attack.
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We flew our flags for several day, then took them down. But the war is still on. Remember it, always.