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We the People
We the People
We the People; Remember? Let me start out by saying this is in no way intended to harm or offend anyone and if I do, Iím truly sorry. There is no doubt I was shocked by what I saw on the morning of September 11, 2001. Four hijacked airplanes were destined to kill American people! I had such a hatred for terrorists and what they had done. I even entertained the idea of joining the military. But when President Bush was talking about going in to Iraq to find W.M.D.ís, and route out the terrorists,
Brad Clark
Brad Clark
Brad Clark Professor Max Garland English 110.006 February 5th, 2004 George Bush, Our Leader President Bush led our country through one of its weakest and most vulnerable moments. After the airplane disasters of September 11, President Bush encouraged the U.S. to come together and demonstrate our patriotism to show the terrorists they had not discouraged our powerful union. During this vital time in our country's history we needed a leader with strength and courage; President Bush rose to the oc