George W. Bush's new memoir reveals how he dealt with 9/11

Former US President George W. Bush has disclosed in a memoir how he gave the order to shoot down planes on September 11, 2001.

He said he initially thought that one of the hijacked flights, United Airlines Flight 93 that came down in Pennsylvania, had been shot down on his orders. [Ed. note: It was shot down on orders from dick cheney.]

Parts of Mr Bush's highly anticipated memoir, Decision Points, were leaked to website the Drudge Report, and he intends to be interviewed by Oprah Winfrey on Nov 9 to promote the "very personal" memoir.

In a chapter about stem cell research he discloses how he received a "wrenching" letter from Nancy Reagan but ultimately felt a "responsibility to voice my pro-life convictions and lead the country toward what Pope John Paul II called a culture of life".

He said the Pope, during a meeting in 2001, had asked him to support life in all its forms. During the pontiff's funeral Mr Bush said a prayer for Peter Jennings, the cancer-stricken US television anchor, according to the book.

The publication is said to be strikingly personal in tone. Mr Bush stopped drinking at the age of 40 and the book opens with the line: "It was a simple question. Can you remember the last day you didn't have a drink?"

He also reportedly takes very few shots at his critics and steers clear of attacking President Barack Obama.

The book also reveals how the president bonded with Crown Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia at his Texas ranch, after the prince saw a turkey on the road and took it as a good omen. A source close to the former president told the Drudge Report: "You will find the president strong, loving life, and ultimately at peace with the decisions he made." (10.29.2010, Nick Allen in Los Angeles)

[Ed. note: baby bushka made no policy decisions. He was a stooge of his father. dick cheney and rummy ran the country for daddy bushka, their boss, who runs it for david rottenfeller.]

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