Friday, September 11, 2020

We will look back at 9-11 plus 19 with Bruce Woodhull and George Rodriguez..

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Friday’s video: We remember President Bush on another 9-11 anniversary



9/11 super lucky that it was President George W Bush


The Rhetoric of 9/11: Bullhorn Address at Ground Zero ( 9-14-01)

Sadly, we did not hear from President George W. Bush at the GOP convention.  I understand that the Bush family and Pres. Trump had their problems but he should have spoken.  
We mark another anniversary of 9/11, the most significant day of our generation.
My biggest “9/11 morning memory” was thinking about my wife, three sons in school and everybody else in the family.
I remember watching the second plane hit the tower around 8 A.M. central time.  It was absolutely stunning to watch two passenger planes hit the World Trade Center.  By the way, I had been in those building for business calls several times.  I recall the stunning views from an office in one of the upper floors.
A few minutes later, my wife walked in from taking the boys to school.
I told my wife that something bad was happening and that we should be prepared for picking up the kids in school at a moment’s  notice.
Like most fathers, I was concerned that there were other attacks pending and specially in a major city like Dallas.  We have lots of tall buildings and a nuclear plant in the area.
It was a very scary day and one that brought a lot of families together.  It certainly made us appreciate each other and the value of human life.
My worst memory of that day was watching people jump to their deaths.  It was heartbreaking to watch human beings choose between jumping from the 90th floor or burning to death.  
9/11…. it seems like it was just yesterday!
Last but not least, we were very lucky that day that President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney were at the helm.  I believe that their reaction and commitment to defending the homeland were superb.
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9-11: Thank God for President Bush and VP Cheney


Most of us remember 9-11 down to the last minute.  It was one of those life experiences that will stay with us as long as we live.

Back then, I remember how fortunate we were that men like Bush, Cheney, Powell and Rumsfeld were in positions of responsibility.  

Things got political as they always do.  However, President Bush and his team deserve a lot of credit for defending and protecting the country.

George from Matanzas died on 9-11



Powerful photos from the 9/11 attacks that Americans will never forget -  Business Insider
George Merino from Matanzas came to the US from Cuba when he was 7. He married Olga, a Cubanita, and they lived in New York with their two daughters.  
Merino worked for Fiduciary Trust as a securities analyst. His job took him daily to the 90th floor of Tower Two of The World Trade Center.


9-11: What was it like to be parents that morning?


Sadly, we did not hear from President George W. Bush at the GOP convention.  I understand that the Bush family and Pres. Trump had their problems but he should have spoken.  
We mark another anniversary of 9/11, the most significant day of our generation.
My biggest “9/11 morning memory” was thinking about my wife, three sons in school and everybody else in the family.
I remember watching the second plane hit the tower around 8 A.M. central time.  It was absolutely stunning to watch two passenger planes hit the World Trade Center.  By the way, I had been in those building for business calls several times.  I recall the stunning views from an office in one of the upper floors.
A few minutes later, my wife walked in from taking the boys to school.
I told my wife that something bad was happening and that we should be prepared for picking up the kids in school at a moment’s  notice.
Like most fathers, I was concerned that there were other attacks pending and specially in a major city like Dallas.  We have lots of tall buildings and a nuclear plant in the area.
It was a very scary day and one that brought a lot of families together.  It certainly made us appreciate each other and the value of human life.
My worst memory of that day was watching people jump to their deaths.  It was heartbreaking to watch human beings choose between jumping from the 90th floor or burning to death.  
9/11…. it seems like it was just yesterday!
Last but not least, we were very lucky that day that President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney were at the helm.  I believe that their reaction and commitment to defending the homeland were superb.
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9-11 is about heroes!



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We are a bit surprised to read this:
"The Obama administration and its progressive allies have launched a secret initiative to "rebrand" the events of 9/11, conservatives warn, turning it into a more Democratic-friendly day of national service and discarding the "Patriot Day" memorials promoted by the Bush administration." (David A. Patten)
What genius came up with "re-branding 9-11"? Could it be the same one who hired Van Jones?

Let's be very clear:

We remember our fallen heroes.

We remember the widows and orphans.

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