Description: DVD, NEWSFEED: 1/17/04, GW BUSH MAKES SPEECH IDENTICAL TO OTHERS, 9/11 RELIEF FUND, COLLEGE BASKETBALL GAME IN OMAHA;INT Pres. Bush enters podium, Louisiana gov welcomes him, Bush begins his speech by complimenting Louisiana on their football team;INT Bush begins his speech (which is almost identical to his speech in Atlanta the day prior on tape 81106);INT Bush thanks constituents, begins to speak of war on terror (I swear I'm mouthing the words before he says them); INT Bush turns attention to economy, mentions his No Child Left Behind Act, the speaks of a new Medicare Bill;INT Bush compliments VP Cheney, cracks the same joke as he did before, then gets serious about war on terror; INT Bush has harsh words for terrorists, asks for world-wide support, z-out crowd watching, Bush discusses Libya giving up WMD (weapons of mass destruction WMD) INT the pres gives his staple 'Freedom isn't America's gift to the world...' statement, then speaks of starving African children;INT Bush asks for medical reliability reform & an end to frivolous medical lawsuits;INT George asks for national energy plan so we won't need to rely on energy from other countries, speaks of welfare reform; INT Bush speaks of wanting more people to own their own properties & insurance, asks for a compassionate society; INT Bush completes speech, time for some hand-shaking; INT man speaks @ podium regarding achievements of 9/11 relief fund, he lists names of people who have worked on fund for no pay; INT man accepts award, makes speech @ podium in Department of Justice, takes questions from audience; INT reporter asks why program is so successful, he begins to list the average amount of money victims & families are receiving; INT briefing ends, ws press in room; DX EXT ws river in urban city; INT ws college basketball arena, dancing mascot, var shots of game in progress, coach yelling, cheerleader, more game action; INT home team makes a few 3 point shots, teams congratulate each other @ end of game, fans applaud;
Keywords: No keywords set
Enter a name for the new bin:
Select the bin you'd like to add the clip to:
Share this by emailing a copy of it to someone else. (They won’t need an account on the site to view it.)
Note! If you are looking to share this with an Historic Films researcher, click here instead.
Enter the security code you see below:
Oops! Please note the following issues: