Selected Speeches of President George W Bush

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SELECTED SPEECHES OF PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH,TABLE OF CONTENTS. The First Inaugural Address,January 20 2001 1,Remarks to New White House Staff. January 22 2001 7, Remarks on the Education Plan Submitted to Congress. January 23 2001 9, Faith Based and Community Initiatives Announcement. January 29 2001 15,Remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast.
February 1 2001 19, Address to the Joint Session of the 107th Congress. February 27 2001 23, Dedication of the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center. March 22 2001 37, Tax Relief Address to the United States Chamber of Commerce. April 16 2001 41,Days of Remembrance Observance,April 19 2001 47. Stem Cell Address to the Nation,August 9 2001 51,Address to the Nation on the September 11 Attacks.
September 11 2001 57,National Day of Prayer and Remembrance Service. September 14 2001 59,Remarks to New York Rescue Workers. September 14 2001 63, Address to the Joint Session of the 107th Congress. September 20 2001 65, Address to the Nation on Operations in Afghanistan. October 7 2001 75, Department of Defense Service of Remembrance at the Pentagon.
October 11 2001 79,Address to the United Nations General Assembly. November 10 2001 83,Address at the Citadel,December 11 2001 91. The World Will Always Remember September 11,December 11 2001 101. State of the Union Address to the 107th Congress,January 29 2002 103. Promoting Compassionate Conservatism,April 30 2002 115.
West Point Commencement,June 1 2002 125,Middle East Peace Process. June 24 2002 133,Address to the United Nations General Assembly. September 12 2002 139,State of the Union Address to the 108th Congress. January 28 2003 149,Remarks on the Loss of the Space Shuttle Columbia. February 1 2003 165,Remarks on the Future of Iraq,February 26 2003 167.
Address to the Nation on Military Operations in Iraq. March 19 2003 175,Remarks on the Freedom Agenda,November 6 2003 177. Remarks at Signing of Medicare Reform Legislation,December 8 2003 189. State of the Union Address to the 108th Congress Second Session. January 20 2004 197, Remarks on Opening New Markets for America s Workers. March 10 2004 213,Remarks on Education,May 11 2004 229. Commemorating Ronald Wilson Reagan Fortieth President of the. United States,June 11 2004 247, Unveiling of President Clinton and Senator Clinton s Portraits.
June 14 2004 253,Address to the Republican National Convention. September 2 2004 257,The Second Inaugural Address,January 20 2005 273. State of the Union Address to the 109th Congress,February 2 2005 279. Remarks on Strengthening Social Security,April 18 2005 295. Nomination of John Roberts to the Supreme Court of the United States. July 19 2005 309, Promoting the Central American Free Trade Agreement.
July 21 2005 313,Address to the Nation on Hurricane Katrina. September 15 2005 325, State of the Union Address to the 109th Congress Second Session. January 31 2006 335,Remarks on the Advanced Energy Initiative. February 20 2006 351,Address to the Nation on Immigration. May 15 2006 369, Address to the American Legion National Convention The Ideological.
Struggle of the 21st Century,August 31 2006 377, Remarks on the Global War on Terror The Enemy in Their Own Words. September 5 2006 393, Address on the Creation of Military Commissions to Try Suspected. Terrorists,September 6 2006 409, Address to the Nation on the Fifth Anniversary of 9 11. September 11 2006 423, Address to the United Nations General Assembly A World Beyond. September 19 2006 431,Christening Ceremony of the George H W Bush.
October 7 2006 439, Commemorating Gerald R Ford Thirty Eighth President of the United. January 2 2007 443,Address to the Nation on Iraq,January 10 2007 447. Medal of Honor Ceremony for Jason Dunham,January 11 2007 457. State of the Union Address to the 110th Congress,January 23 2007 461. Address to an International Conference on Democracy and Security in. June 5 2007 477,Address to the Nation on the Way Forward in Iraq.
September 13 2007 487,Remarks on Energy Security and Climate Change. September 28 2007 495,Remarks on Cuba,October 24 2007 505. Address to the Annapolis Conference,November 27 2007 515. Remarks at a Reception in Celebration of Hanukkah,December 10 2007 523. State of the Union Address to the 110th Congress Second Session. January 28 2008 525,Remarks on Africa,February 14 2008 541.
Remarks on the Visit of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI. April 16 2008 555,Address to the Members of the Knesset. May 15 2008 557,Remarks on Volunteerism,September 8 2008 565. Address to the Nation on the Financial Crisis,September 24 2008 575. Remarks on the United States Ocean Action Plan,September 26 2008 581. Address to the White House Summit on International Development. October 21 2008 589, Remarks at the Graduation Ceremony for Federal Bureau of.
Investigation Special Agents,October 30 2008 603,Remarks on the Presidential Election. November 5 2008 609,THE FIRST INAUGURAL ADDRESS,FROM WEST FRONT U S CAPITOL. WASHINGTON D C,JANUARY 20 2001, Chief Justice Rehnquist President Carter President Bush. President Clinton distinguished guests and my fellow citizens. The peaceful transfer of authority is rare in history yet. common in our country With a simple oath we affirm old traditions. and make new beginnings, As I begin I thank President Clinton for his service to our. And I thank Vice President Gore for a contest conducted with. spirit and ended with grace, I am honored and humbled to stand here where so many of.
America s leaders have come before me and so many will follow. We have a place all of us in a long story a story we. continue but whose end we will not see It is the story of a new. world that became a friend and liberator of the old a story of a. slave holding society that became a servant of freedom the story. of a power that went into the world to protect but not possess to. defend but not to conquer, It is the American story a story of flawed and fallible people. united across the generations by grand and enduring ideals. The grandest of these ideals is an unfolding American promise. that everyone belongs that everyone deserves a chance that no. insignificant person was ever born, Americans are called to enact this promise in our lives and. in our laws And though our nation has sometimes halted and. sometimes delayed we must follow no other course, Through much of the last century America s faith in freedom. and democracy was a rock in a raging sea Now it is a seed upon the. wind taking root in many nations, Our democratic faith is more than the creed of our country it is. the inborn hope of our humanity an ideal we carry but do not own. a trust we bear and pass along And even after nearly 225 years we. have a long way yet to travel, While many of our citizens prosper others doubt the promise.
even the justice of our own country The ambitions of some. Americans are limited by failing schools and hidden prejudice and. the circumstances of their birth And sometimes our differences run. so deep it seems we share a continent but not a country. We do not accept this and we will not allow it Our unity. our union is the serious work of leaders and citizens in every. generation And this is my solemn pledge I will work to build a. single nation of justice and opportunity, I know this is in our reach because we are guided by a power. larger than ourselves who creates us equal in His image. And we are confident in principles that unite and lead us onward. America has never been united by blood or birth or soil We are. bound by ideals that move us beyond our backgrounds lift us above. our interests and teach us what it means to be citizens Every child. must be taught these principles Every citizen must uphold them. And every immigrant by embracing these ideals makes our country. more not less American, Today we affirm a new commitment to live out our nation s. promise through civility courage compassion and character. America at its best matches a commitment to principle with a. concern for civility A civil society demands from each of us good. will and respect fair dealing and forgiveness, Some seem to believe that our politics can afford to be petty. because in a time of peace the stakes of our debates appear small. But the stakes for America are never small If our country does. not lead the cause of freedom it will not be led If we do not turn. the hearts of children toward knowledge and character we will lose. their gifts and undermine their idealism If we permit our economy. to drift and decline the vulnerable will suffer most. We must live up to the calling we share Civility is not a tactic. or a sentiment It is the determined choice of trust over cynicism. of community over chaos And this commitment if we keep it is a. way to shared accomplishment,America at its best is also courageous. Our national courage has been clear in times of depression and. war when defending common dangers defined our common good. Now we must choose if the example of our fathers and mothers. will inspire us or condemn us We must show courage in a time of. blessing by confronting problems instead of passing them on to. future generations, Together we will reclaim America s schools before ignorance.
and apathy claim more young lives, We will reform Social Security and Medicare sparing our. children from struggles we have the power to prevent And we will. reduce taxes to recover the momentum of our economy and reward. the effort and enterprise of working Americans, We will build our defenses beyond challenge lest weakness. invite challenge, We will confront weapons of mass destruction so that a new. century is spared new horrors, The enemies of liberty and our country should make no mistake. America remains engaged in the world by history and by choice. shaping a balance of power that favors freedom We will defend our. allies and our interests We will show purpose without arrogance. We will meet aggression and bad faith with resolve and strength. And to all nations we will speak for the values that gave our nation. America at its best is compassionate In the quiet of American. conscience we know that deep persistent poverty is unworthy of. our nation s promise, And whatever our views of its cause we can agree that children.
at risk are not at fault Abandonment and abuse are not acts of God. they are failures of love, And the proliferation of prisons however necessary is no. substitute for hope and order in our souls, Where there is suffering there is duty Americans in need are. not strangers they are citizens not problems but priorities And all. of us are diminished when any are hopeless, Government has great responsibilities for public safety and. public health for civil rights and common schools Yet compassion. is the work of a nation not just a government, And some needs and hurts are so deep they will only respond to a. mentor s touch or a pastor s prayer Church and charity synagogue. and mosque lend our communities their humanity and they will. have an honored place in our plans and in our laws. Many in our country do not know the pain of poverty but we can. listen to those who do, And I can pledge our nation to a goal When we see that.
wounded traveler on the road to Jericho we will not pass to the. other side, America at its best is a place where personal responsibility is. valued and expected, Encouraging responsibility is not a search for scapegoats it is. a call to conscience And though it requires sacrifice it brings a. deeper fulfillment We find the fullness of life not only in options. but in commitments And we find that children and community are. the commitments that set us free, Our public interest depends on private character on civic duty. and family bonds and basic fairness on uncounted unhonored acts. of decency which give direction to our freedom, Sometimes in life we are called to do great things But as a saint. of our times has said every day we are called to do small things. with great love The most important tasks of a democracy are done. by everyone, I will live and lead by these principles to advance my.
convictions with civility to pursue the public interest with courage. to speak for greater justice and compassion to call for responsibility. and try to live it as well, In all these ways I will bring the values of our history to the care. of our times, What you do is as important as anything government does I ask. you to seek a common good beyond your comfort to defend needed. reforms against easy attacks to serve your nation beginning with. your neighbor I ask you to be citizens citizens not spectators. citizens not subjects responsible citizens building communities of. service and a nation of character, Americans are generous and strong and decent not because we. believe in ourselves but because we hold beliefs beyond ourselves. When this spirit of citizenship is missing no government program. can replace it When this spirit is present no wrong can stand. against it, After the Declaration of Independence was signed Virginia. statesman John Page wrote to Thomas Jefferson We know the race. President George W Bush 2001 2008 SELECTED SPEECHES OF PRESIDENT GEORGE W BUSH 2001 2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2001 The First Inaugural Address January 20 2001 1 Remarks to New White House Staff January 22 2001 7 Remarks on the Education Plan Submitted to Congress January 23 2001 9 Faith Based and Community Initiatives Announcement January 29 2001 15 Remarks at

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