President Bush will observe a moment of silence today to remember the nearly 3,000 people who died when terrorists attacked the United States on September 11, 2001.
President Bush has kept this country safe from radical Islamic terror attacks since that infamous day seven years ago. In response to the attacks that killed 3,000 innocent Americans, the United States under President Bush wiped out two of the most evil regimes on the planet, brought freedom and democracy to 50 million people, and kept the terrorists on the run for 7 years.
George Bush will be missed.
In Alaska, Governor Palin will send her son off to Iraq today to finish the job we started there.
The Examiner says the biggest news today is what has not happened in the seven years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
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FOX News has a list of foiled terror plots against the US since 9-11.
Founding Bloggers has video from that fateful day.