Skip to comments.A Month in the life of George W. Bush (News and many Photos) September 2005
Posted on 09/05/2010 5:29:14 PM PDT by Kaslin
The month of September 2005 was a very busy month for President Bush after Katrina came on land at the Gulf coast and damaged the area. We see President Bush and First Lady Laura visiting New Orleans and other affected areas in Louisiana and Mississippi to comfort the victims of the hurricane and bring aid
The country lost Chief Justice William Renquist who passed away on September 3, 2005
President Bush nominated Judge Roberts to become the next Chief Supreme Court Justice. On September 29th Justice Roberts was sworn in as the 20th? Supreme Court Chief Justice.
President Bush remembered 9/11 heroes at a Medal of Valor ceremony. He also met with several foreign leaders and addressed the Useless Nations
For the quote of the month I have chosen President Bushs Remarks which he gave at the National Day of Prayer and Remembrance Service on September 16, 2005
Thanks for all the wonderful pictures of this GREAT man and our wonderful, brave troops whom we all (including OUR president) love so much!
You’re very welcome, glad you like the photos. And thanks for your inside knowledge of Palo Duro Canyon Park. Sounds like your familiar with it, that’s great!
You’re very welcome, glad you love the photos!
LOVE THIS!!!! Why do I think the current Occupier will never do anything like this?
His focus was to put a spotlight on the wounded warriors who can make remarkable strides after recovering from their injuries. Mountain biking is just one of many activites they seem capable of doing. I'm just in awe of their peserverance and toughness.
Thanks once again for posting the photos in the past two days. It's been a lot of fun seeing them!
You’re very welcome LUV. It’s been fun seeing our Dear President having a good ol’ time with his biking buddies!
No, he sure wouldn’t. He also wouldn’t play golf with them
It is truly amazing what they achieve, but with President Bush's love for them and his encouragement they can do it.
This morning on the House call segment on Fox News HQ Dr Siegel was reporting on one of the soldiers. He said the soldier was so down that he wanted to commit suicide, but was talked into the bike ride. He only has one leg and because his leg was amputated so high he could not use his prosthesis for the ride, but he made it.
I remembered to record that House Call segment with Dr. Siegel this morning. I’ll see it later today, should be good!
Pres. Bush signed the guest log book at Palo Duro Canyon
W dancing with fellow Warrior bike rider Melissa Stockwell at the reception party!
I had the moderator remove #2,783 because I accidentially double-posted the same photos twice, sorry about that!
Whoops, make that post #2,813 I had the moderator removed. Got the number wrong, my apologies!
God Bless our President and our Military Always.
President Bush always has such looks of admiration for folks in our military! It’s never about HIM, only THEM.
Heh, I like that he’s rider #43. ;o)
pattyvita, thank you, soooooo much, for these fantastic pictures. Evokes so many emotions....makes me proud, happy and sad at the same time. I love and admire ‘W’ as much as ever and I miss him being CIC. And, it’s difficult to put into words the degree of admiration and respect I have for the military men and women and their families.
Thank you so much for posting these WONDERFUL pictures of our warriors and our great President Bush. It thrills my heart when I see our guys with the President having fun together and working so hard on this great ride. I will never get tired of any pictures I get to see.
You do a great job for all of us and we praise you for it, Patty!! ((((HUGS))))
Amen, Kitty Mittens. Those glorious 8 years were the best times America ever had. The military was very blessed to have a wonderful man like President Bush to be their Commander in Chief.
Thank you for these photos...all inspirational.
Exactly. President Bush always held the military in such high regard. He thinks of others first, not at all like a stuck-up, aloof and cold person.
You’re very welcome. The photos do bring a mix of emotions -both happy and sad. It’s great that President Bush is out there spending his free time to help these wounded veterans.
On the other hand, it’s sad that he’s no longer at the helm to lead the military at such a critical time as we’ve seen the current WH occupier trying to do what he can to undermine them.
But, anyway I’m so pleased that President Bush still cares and respects our troops. That’s what really counts.
My pleasure, Jaycee. It’s been a lot of fun putting these photos together. You can’t help but feel the warmth in President Bush’s smile as he was riding with the Warriors. I’m glad he’s happy and in the best shape of his life!
President Bush dancing with Warrior Melissa Stockwell during a live performance by the Randy Rogers Band on the last night of the W100. Melissa was injured in Iraq in 2004 and became the first female ever to lose a limb in combat. She completed all 100 kilometers of the three-day mountain bike ride.
She will remember that dance for the rest of her life. God bless her and her CIC.
again acknowledging & thanking Patty for her great contributions here..
Love them & love you!
No one ever has to guess about President Bush’s love for God, country and fellow man/woman.
Oh how I wish he was back in office! The person in office right now is making more of a mockery of the office than clinton did and I didn’t think that was possible!
wow, yes, very touching moment! She surely earned a dance with our wonderful President Bush.
Thanks for the ping. I’ll be watching.
Thanks for the info. I will record it and then watch it after Hannity
Thanks very much for the information.
You’re right. I would otherwise NOT watch Piers Morgan.
Pattyvita, thanks, sooo much, for this alert! Yep, don’t like CNN or Piers Morgan but I’ll hold my nose and watch the interview of our great President GW Bush. Piers better be respectful toward our ‘W’ or the emails will be flying tomorrow....
I did record it and watched it after Hannity. I had to fast forward until I got to the interview as he spend Morgan spend over 50 minutes interviewing Ted Turner and less ten minutes with President Bush
Thanks for posting! I soooo miss W and can’t say enough about the fine Patriot Warriors ridin’ with him! THIS is AMERICA’s BEST!!!
GWB's media handlers should have let the Fox News crew interview him and put together an hong-long show about the Warrior 100k bike ride. Now that would have been much better!
Opps, I almost forgot. Dr. Marc Siegel did interview President Bush on Fox News last week at the bike ride. But I hope that Fox at some point will air some more unseen footage with Bush and the Warrior bike riders.
You’re welcome NordP. Yup, President Bush is real man for devoting his free time to help our brave heroes who fought for this great country.
Yeah it sure was disgraceful, but really not surprising. .
Kudos to FOX and their Dr. Siegel (who rode with W100); I thought FOX did a really good job highlighting the event. I also saw a comment by the Dr. regarding his opinion of Bush and it was really quite complimentary regarding Bush’s regard for the troops.
A funny thing .. that same weekend, guess who visited the troops - you got it! Obama and Michelle. How obvious is that ..??
What a mob! Had no idea there were so many participants. Wouldn’t these shots make a great calendar! Only problem would be, which photos to choose. Thank you again, pattyvita. You outdid yourself. This is the real America. I’ll leave the rest unsaid, out of respect for President Bush and our incredible warriors.
Thank you for the ping, pattvita. It was very tough listening to all the phonies beforehand, even fast forwarding thru them. Great interview with President Bush.
Fox News is the best, hands down. They have been supportive of President Bush and the military for years. Their liberal media rivals are increasingly becoming irrevelant and they’ve made no secret of carrying the water for Obama.
What a shock...the Obamas visiting the troops in Georgia at the same time GW was having his Warrior bike ride. They have no shame, using the military as campaign prop!
You’re very welcome GoldwaterChick. Yeah, I was exhausted by the time I finished posting the pictures last week. Please feel free to use them in any way you wish, all of the photos are fantastic!
The way Piers Morgan edited President Bush’s interview segment down to five minutes didn’t do it justice. It should have been longer than that.