Saturday, July 29, 2006

9/11, 9/11, 9/11, 9/11

He really has nothing else to contribute to the global conversation.

"We saw the consequences on September the 11th, 2001, when terrorists brought death and destruction to our country, killing nearly 3,000 innocent Americans," Bush continued.

"The experience of September the 11th made it clear that we could no longer tolerate the status quo in the Middle East," Bush said. "We saw that when an entire region simmers in violence, that violence will eventually reach our shores and spread across the entire world."

. . . .

"When the Middle East grows in liberty and democracy, it will also grow in peace, and that will make America and all free nations more secure," said Bush.


"Memorizin' more than '9/11''s hard work!"


REUTERS/Jason Reed


transcript here.