Washington (CNN) - As the president's personal photographer and head of the White House Photo Office, Eric Draper was with President George W. Bush for nearly every day of his eight-year term, often just a few feet away.
On the morning of September 11, 2001, he was there, too.
For 30 years, republicans have been wrong on every important issue affecting Americans.
The horrible events of Sept 11 brought us together as a nation. Unfortunately, some used it to to react and poorly plan of attack to those who harmed our country. George Bush's two unfunded and poorly planned wars have become a black mark on our country after 9/11, Obama got bin Laden and we are all grateful. Lets just hope the next ten years our government works smarter against terrorism and those who want to harm our country than they did the first eight years after 9/11.
Now that we have a memorial built and soon to be dedicated, can the media please tone down the 9/11 programming a bit. At some point, we need to move on and let those who suffered heal. I know several victims families, and most are tired of the media coverage and hope the memorial will bring some closure to the intense media coverage every year. it is beginning to tear open at old wounds.
Bush's personal photographer had fantastic job. Great job!!!
The victim families that I know wish to remember their family members, not mourn them annually with yet another funeral like ceremony.
And we all saw Andy card tell the Pres. The towers were hit and Bush sat there like a deer in front of head lights!
Beef up security, watch southern border, Northern Borders, and all Airports....cut number of Immigrations too....it is good for this nation, do not say we are Democrats, we are Republicans, say we are "Americans". Don't give automatic citizenship just because Child is born here to illegals, non-citizens, and non-immigrants....change the law....they are man made...o.k,