Bush Plans Prime Time Sept. 11 Address

Bush Plans Prime Time Sept. 11 Address
Source: AP News
Sep 8, 9:05 AM (ET)

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush will make a prime-time address from the Oval Office on Monday to mark the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.

White House press secretary Tony Snow said the administration had requested network time for the address at 9:01 p.m. EDT. The address is expected to run 16 to 18 minutes, he said.

The speech will come after Bush visits each of the attack sites, in New York, Shanksville, Pa., and the Pentagon, where terrorist hijackers used commercial airliners as weapons to kill nearly 3,000 people.

Snow said Bush's address would not be a political speech or a charge to Congress for action. Rather, he said, it would be reflective of what Sept. 11 has meant and "how we move ahead as a country in making use of the lessons of Sept. 11."

"It will have a note of optimism as well as sobriety about what we've been through," Snow said.

Will Bush confess?

This would be a great time for a full confession from Bush!



He's a real psychopath

He's a real psychopath

that son of a bitch.

that son of a bitch. literally in this case.

Be prepared to be called out!

I would wager that Bush will at some point touch upon the movement for truth. Probably something about crazy conspiracy theories being unfounded, that we are undermining unity, encouraging terrorists and insulting the memory of the victims.


see,,, if dumbya got booed


if dumbya got booed off the podium
super excessively at his speech
in nyc
on 9-10-06

this will make him have to confront it

this should be a field trip on
the 'events schedule'

all the fake msm will notice---
cause it'll all be happening right

getting recorded ---for all posterity
for all time

if he got booed off the podium---

it would make him have to deal with
911truth in his speech

on the fifth anniversary---

then happily--->the pnac will fall
like a house of cards