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It's Harder To Spread Good Than Evil

We have no empire. We do not invade or annex. We liberate. Despite the talk of the resources we use, we use those resources to feed, clothe and protect the world. When Nelson Mandela or one of these terrorists sees America, they ask, "How did they do this in less than 230 years? We've been around here for centuries, and we still can barely muster working toilets." It is this that the terrorists see, folks ? and it makes them envious.
Yes, envy. They look at the U.S. and see what they...

December 7, 1942 Was Very Different Day

Today's media coverage is clearly going overboard. None other than Eleanor Roosevelt wrote on December 8th, 1942 that she opposed the commemoration of Pearl Harbor - and she's considered one of the many mothers of liberalism today.
Her words on how to commemorate that day of infamy echoed with what I suggested for this day of infamy. Said the first lady, "It's not a date for a holiday. It's a date that should make us work."
Of course, the full extent of the Pearl Harbor loss wasn't known...

It's Harder To Spread Good Than Evil

We have no empire. We do not invade or annex. We liberate. Despite the talk of the resources we use, we use those resources to feed, clothe and protect the world. When Nelson Mandela or one of these terrorists sees America, they ask, "How did they do this in less than 230 years? We've been around here for centuries, and we still can barely muster working toilets." It is this that the terrorists see, folks ? and it makes them envious.
Yes, envy. They look at the U.S. and see what they...

December 7, 1942 Was Very Different Day

Today's media coverage is clearly going overboard. None other than Eleanor Roosevelt wrote on December 8th, 1942 that she opposed the commemoration of Pearl Harbor - and she's considered one of the many mothers of liberalism today.
Her words on how to commemorate that day of infamy echoed with what I suggested for this day of infamy. Said the first lady, "It's not a date for a holiday. It's a date that should make us work."
Of course, the full extent of the Pearl Harbor loss wasn't known...

President Bush's Speech at the Pentagon

I came to the Presidency with respect for all who wear America's uniform. (Applause) Every day as your Commander in Chief, my respect and that of our nation has deepened. I have great confidence in every man and women who wears the uniform of the United States of America. (Applause) I am proud of all who have fought on my orders, and this nation honors all who died in our cause.
Wherever our military is sent in the world, you bring hope and justice and promise of a better day. You are worthy...

President George W. Bush's Speech on Ellis Island

The attack on our nation was also attack on the ideals that make us a nation. Our deepest national conviction is that every life is precious, because every life is the gift of a Creator who intended us to live in liberty and equality. More than anything else, this separates us from the enemy we fight. We value every life; our enemies value none - not even the innocent, not even their own. And we seek the freedom and opportunity that give meaning and value to life.
There is a line in our time,...

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