Thursday, July 21

Bush CAFTA speech--Did not directly mention the London bombing

Bush spoke today to the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C. this morning, where he did not specifically mention the London bombing, but did say we would not be frightened by acts of terrorism.

Make sure to read the entire speech at

"They have the desire to use their terrorist techniques to frighten us," Bush said during his speech. "They understand when they kill in cold blood it ends up on our TV screens. And they're trying to shake our will." "They don't understand our country though. They don't understand that when it comes to the defense of universal freedoms, this country won't be frightened," he added.