Monday, August 29, 2011

The Day My Life Changed

Greg Hengler captured this emotional moment from the National Geographic special last night that featured George Bush giving his recollection of 9/11 and the days immediately afterward. This clip gives the backstory to Bush’s famous declaration from Ground Zero that the people who destroyed the towers would soon hear from an enraged United States of America. Bush describes the scene as being something from Hell, and that he sensed a “palpable blood lust” to avenge the deaths of thousands of Americans:

I missed the first showing on National Geographic but thank goodness I caught the second. It was a moment in my life that changed it forever.
h/t to Hot Air

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