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UPHOLDING THE Protected RIGHTS OF THE UNBORN"
"Pres. Bush- "Taxpayers' Money Not For Destroying Life"
WASHINGTON - "I'm very concerned about cloning, .. I worry about a world in which cloning becomes acceptable...
I made it very clear to the Congress that the use of federal money, taxpayers' money to promote science which destroys life in order to save life is ...
I'm against that." - Pres. Bush. The pres. condemns stem cell research advances in South Korea. He said he would veto any legislation aimed at
loosening limits on federal support in the United States.
5/24/05 "Greets "Snowflake" Embryo Babies At White House"
Pres. Bush: ..."The children here today remind us that there is no such thing as a spare embryo.
Every embryo is unique and genetically complete, like every other human being. And each of us started out our life this way.
These lives are not raw material to be exploited, but gifts. And I commend each of the families here today for accepting the gift
of these children and offering them the gift of your love..."
4/10/02 "Advances in new biotechnology.must
never come at the expense of human conscience." - Pres. George W.
WASHINGTON - "Life is creation, not a commodity," Pres. Bush said in a speech to 175 doctors, scientists, lawmakers,
religious activists and disabled people. President Bush called on the Senate Wednesday to pass legislation banning
all human cloning, including the cloning of embryos for research and treatment of diseases.
Featured: "Human Embryo Stem Cell Research" Is There A Better Way?
Bush To Sign Unborn Child Protection Bill"
On behalf of innocent children and their grieving families, in Thursday's Rose Garden ceremony, Pres. Bush will
sign the Unborn Child Protection Bill that makes the harm - killing of an unborn child during a violent-illegal act a
new federal crime, separate from that of harming the mother. More
"President Bush Signs Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act
Nov. 5, 2003. The Ronald Reagan Building, Washington, D.C. Full Coverage
"President Bush Signs "Keeping Children Safe Act"
June 25, 2003, The Oval office. President Bush: "I commend Congress for passing the Keeping Children and Families Safe Act of 2003 and am pleased to sign it into law. The Act will allow us to strengthen state and community-based programs that prevent child abuse and family violence and treat victims. In addition, the legislation will help us keep children safe by requiring criminal background checks for foster and adoptive parents. It also provides additional resources to increase the number of older children placed in adoptive families."
"President Bush Promotes Medicare Plan"June 11, 2003, Chicago, Il. PRESIDENT BUSH: "Thanks for the warm welcome. It's good to be back in the Windy City. I'll try not to be too windy. (Laughter.) .....And for the sake of health care for all Americans, we must reform the medical liability system. (Applause.) For years, leaders of both political parties have talked about these reforms. Now is the time to get the job done. ....."
Remarks by the President to the Illinois State Medical Society
"Bush Administration To Help The Homeless"
June 07, 2003 - Denver, Colorado. The Mayors' Conference plans to vote Monday on a resolution to endorse a 10 year plan to end chronic homelessness with federal help to provide permanent housing and services. The Bush plan, calls for 100 cities to submit plans to the federal government by January. Fox News Full Coverage
9/3/05 "Pres. Bush -"The Enormity of the Task Requires More Resources"
WASH. D.C. - In a rare, televised radio address from the White House Rose Garden, Pres. Bush again said that the rescue results for the Hurricane victims of the Gulf Coast have been "unacceptable", citing some unique problems & difficulties brought by the tragedy. "The enormity of the task requires more resources," the Pres. said. "In America we do not abandon our fellow citizens in their hour of need." He added that 4K active duty troops are already in the area & 7K more will arrive in the next 72 hrs. from the Army's 82nd Airborne from Fort Bragg, N.C., & 1st Cavalry Div. from Fort Hood, Tex., & the Marines' 1st & 2nd Expeditionary forces from Camp Pendleton, Calif., & Camp Lejeune, N.C. 9/15/05 - President Bush's Address On Hurricane Relief
9/04/05 "Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist Has Died"
WASHINGTON -Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist died at home late Sat. after a long battle with cancer, with his 3 children at his side. In a Sunday morning televised tribute to him from the Roosevelt Room at the White House, Pres. Bush said that the late Chief Justice was a man of "character and dedication", and said "It will serve the best interest of the nation to fill those (two openings at the Supreme Court) vacancies promptly."
7/19/05 "President Bush's Supreme Court Choice Is Judge John G. Roberts Jr."
WASHINGTON - Amid controversy & speculation, Pres. Bush has chosen fed. appeals court judge John G. Roberts Jr. for a seat on the Supreme Court, a young jurist with high qualifications. Roberts, age 50, would succeed retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.
1/31/06 "Judge Samuel Alito Jr. Confirmed As an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court"
WASHINGTON - Samuel Anthony Alito Jr. became the nation's 110th Supreme Court justice on Tuesday, confirmed after an unsuccessful smear campaign and often rambling and emotional partisan senatorial debate, which centered around Democrat's fears regarding the polarizing Roe v. Wade decision.
April 19, 2005
President George W. Bush.
Dedicates "The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum"
Sept. 17, 2003 - The National Archives, Washington, D.C.-
Rededication of the National Archives:
The unveiling of THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE our original CONSTITUTION, and the THE UNIVERSAL BILL OF RIGHTS
11/03/04 Special Report:
"Pres. Bush Wins A Second Term"
.In a telephone call to Bush, Kerry conceded the election to Pres. George W. Bush,
after it was determined that Ohio's win gave Bush an incontestable
and comfortable lead in electoral and popular votes.
Featured .NEWS Report:
1/20/2005 "Inauguration 2005 - President George W. Bush Sworn In to Second Term"
."...On this day, prescribed by law and marked by ceremony, we celebrate the durable wisdom of our Constitution,
and recall the deep commitments that unite our country.... ." - George W. Bush. Full Coverage
.SPECIAL REPORT: STOP.THE INFANTICIDE !! .STOP
Every day that goes by, countless numbers of American late term infants
are being tortured and murdered by the heinous, criminal Partial Birth Abortion procedure.
On Nov. 5, 2003, the Pres. signed the 'Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003'.
Yet, every day that goes by, countless American babies are still being tortured and put to death by this barbarism.
Please contact your Congressional State Reps. and insist that we need to uphold the ban on Partial Birth Abortion
TO SAVE INNOCENT LIVES, NOW.
For contact information for email, phone and post
go online to: Your House of Representatives. | .Your Senators
Please Email Your Friends To Help. Thank You.
.REPORTS.ON THE MOST IMPORTANT MORAL OUTRAGE: .URGENT.911
"PURPOSEFUL QUOTATIONS, THEN AND NOW"
"STATES MAY CALL THE FETUS AN UNBORN CHILD" | .FEATURED: "WORKING FOR A BETTER WORLD"
.Featured: 2004 Presidential CAMPAIGN FEATURES
THE CORROSION OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, THE CONSTITUTION &
OTHER INDIVIDUAL PROTECTIVE RIGHTS LAWS"
Featured: "HAPPY PRESIDENTS' DAY,
U. S. A!"
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