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This picture of President Bush's meeting with a victim of Hurricane Katrina supports Cindy Sheehan's recollections of her first (and only) meeting with President Bush.

Cindy described her meeting with him this way:

"After Casey's death, Cindy Sheehan was invited to the White House for a visit with Mr. Bush in June of 2004. Her first memory of Bush's appearance that day was when he walked into the room and said in a loud, bluff voice, "Who we'all honorin' today?"

"His mouth kept moving," Sheehan later recalled of her meeting with Bush, "but there was nothing in his eyes or anything else about him that showed me he really cared or had any real compassion at all. This is a human being totally disconnected from humanity and reality. His eyes were empty, hollow shells." Bush called her "Ma" or "Mom" throughout the whole meeting, and never got around to learning her name.

"The whole meeting was simply bizarre and disgusting," Sheehan said later. "Designed to intimidate instead of providing compassion. He didn't even know our names. I just couldn't believe this was happening. It was so surreal and bizarre. Later I met with some of the other fifteen or sixteen families who were at the White House the same day and, sure enough, they all felt the same way I did."

One has to wonder if the victims of Hurricane Katrina will turn to President Bush and say, "What noble cause have our children, our friends, our parents, and our neighbors died for?"

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Look at the mouth. This is not the look of a person that shows any distress. How can dumbya look like someone just told him a funny joke and want us to believe he "feels our pain?" This is not the picture of consoling someone so obviously in unbearable pain.

If he is going to continue to do these photo-ops he should at least look the part.

Impeach the SOB!

Why is the SOB smiling? Photo-ops!

However, what is truly sad... Many Republicians and Christians will look at this picture and say "What a wonderful president". Disgusting!

Impeach the SOB!

Cindy is a selfish biatch... she already got to meet with the president!!! Her son was not drafted... and was killed by a terrorist!!! George Bush is obviously trying to cheer this distraught woman up who has lost everything... possibly even children... Cindy is a selfish biatch... Cindy is a selfish Biatch!!! I will be in DC from November 8-13 and I hope she's still there so I can tell her to her face how wrong she really is!!!!!

You're an idiot

and you like to play with yourself

No,her son was not drafted.He volunteered and took an oath to defend this country against enemies both foregn and domestic. HE DID NOT VOLUNTEER AND TAKE AN OATH TO ILLEGALLY INVADE A COUNTRY THAT WAS NO THREAT TO THE UNITED STATES!.Unfortunately, after he joined, his comander in chief decided to do exactly that. Its shit for brains like you the really disgust me. Your so stupid that I don't even know why anyone should bother to point out the obvious to you. And like all you reich wing cowards you dont even have the balls to post your name.

he rejoined after the start of the war!!!

Are a Worthless Waste to Humanity!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Bush's Staged New Orleans Photo Ops
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/september2005/050905photoops.htm

Louisiana senator hits Bush 'photo opportunity'
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/september2005/050905senatorhits.htm

A Chicago grand jury has indicted the President and Vice-President of the United States along with multiple high officials in the Bush administration

BUSH AND CHENEY INDICTED

by Tom Flocco

Chicago -- August 2, 2005 -- TomFlocco.com -- U.S. federal prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald’s Chicago grand jury has voted perjury and obstruction of justice indictments to the following members of the Bush Administration: President George W. Bush, Vice-President Richard Cheney, Bush Chief of Staff Andrew Card, Cheney Chief of Staff I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez, former Attorney General John Ashcroft, imprisoned New York Times reporter Judith Miller and former Senior Cheney advisor Mary Matalin.
http://www.tomflocco.com/fs/BushCheneyIndicted.htm

Alex Jones and Paul Joseph Watson Discuss The Scripted Pat Tillman Hoax

The staged death of Pat Tillman and how the military covered it up to manufacture another fairy story to support the illusion of the flagging 'war on terror'. Alex Jones and Paul Joseph Watson go through past examples of war propaganda in detail, from the staged Saddam statue fall to the Jessica Lynch fable.
http://www.prisonplanet.tv/audio/250505tillmanhoax.htm

Alex Jones Interviews Christopher Bollyn on the Popular Mechanics 9/11 Hit Piece

Christopher Bollyn uncovered the fact that Ben Chertoff, the chief editor of the Popular Mechanics 9/11 hit piece, was the cousin of Michael Chertoff, the new Homeland Security Czar.
http://www.prisonplanet.tv/audio/090305bollyn.htm

Alex Jones Interviews David Ray Griffin

Alex talks with the author of the New Pearl Harbor. David Ray Griffin is professor of philosophy of religion at Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University and one of the co-directors of the Center for Process Studies.
http://www.prisonplanet.tv/audio/200605griffin.htm

9/11 Truth Expose

Alex is joined by three different guests for a two and a half hour 9/11 truth expose. Greg Szymanski and William Rodriguez discuss the controlled demolition of the twin towers. Rodriguez was a material witness to bombs going off in the basement of the north tower and his story has been blacked out by the mainstream media.

Also included is former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under President Reagan, Paul Craig Roberts, who recently went public with his doubts about the official 9/11story.
http://www.prisonplanet.tv/audio/270605truthexpose.htm

Government Insider Says Bush Authorized 911 Attacks
From Thomas Buyea
9-17-4

Keep in mind when reading this, that the man being interviewed is no two-bit internet conspiracy buff.

Stanley Hilton was a senior advisor to Sen Bob Dole (R) and has personally known Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz for decades. This courageous man has risked his professional reputation, and possibly his life, to get this information out to people.

The following is from his latest visit to Alex Jones' radio show.
To hear Alex's interview with Stanley Hilton -
http://www.prisonplanet.tv/audio/091204hilton.htm

What if:

* The Twin Towers were not hit by commercial airliners?
* The World Trade Center was brought down in a controlled demolition?
* The Pentagon was not hit by a 757?
* Flight 93 was shot down?

Four years after September 11th, the American People are left with more questions than answers. This documentary addresses those questions, as well as providing the evidence necessary to begin answering them. From the phony bin Laden tape to the lack of a 757 at the Pentagon, Loose Change wraps everything up into an hour of solid evidence.

FREE Loose Cahnge and other 911 Downloads
http://question911.com/links.php

Bacteriologist and Government Insider Claims Oklahoma City and 9/11 Both 'Inside Jobs'
http://www.arcticbeacon.citymaker.com/articles/article/1518131/32853.htm

LaRouche Says 'Georgie Porgie And Hitler' Running Government And Leading World Into Global Disaster

Former Democratic nominee for President and Labor Party Presidential candidate, Lyndon LaRouche, claims martial law is right around the corner if Bush, Cheney and the neo-cons aren't removed from their stranglehold on government.
http://www.arcticbeacon.citymaker.com/articles/article/1518131/32305.htm

Former Head Of Pentagon's Depleted Uranium Project Says Thousands Of Troops Are Sick And Dying From Illegal DU Use And Military's Failure To Admit Responsibility
http://www.arcticbeacon.citymaker.com/articles/article/1518131/31934.htm

Prominent Chicago Judicial Watch Dog Claims U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens In Chicago To Mediate Resolution Concerning Grand Jury Indictments Against Bush And Other High-Level Officials
http://www.arcticbeacon.citymaker.com/articles/article/1518131/31163.htm

Federal Whistle Blower Claims Chicago Grand Jury Indicted Bush And Others For Perjury and Obstruction Of Justice; U.S. Attorney's Office Says 'No Comment,' Refusing To Confirm Or Deny Alleged Indictments
http://www.arcticbeacon.citymaker.com/articles/article/1518131/30722.htm

Blood for oil.

Gosh- Hugs and kisses to you too

your all distracted from the real enemies of humanity:

1. Gates, William Henry III, 48, $48 billion, Medina, Wash., Microsoft

2. Buffett, Warren Edward, 74, $41 billion, Omaha, Berkshire Hathaway

3. Allen, Paul Gardner, 51, $20 billion, Seattle, Microsoft, investments

4. Walton, Alice L., 55, $18 billion, Fort Worth, Wal-Mart

4. Walton, Helen R., 85, $18 billion, Bentonville, Ark., Wal-Mart

4. Walton, Jim C., 56, $18 billion, Bentonville, Ark., Wal-Mart

4. Walton, John T., 58, $18 billion, Bentonville, Ark., Wal-Mart

4. Walton, S. Robson, 60, $18 billion, Bentonville, Ark., Wal-Mart

9. Dell, Michael, 39, $14.2 billion, Austin, Texas, Dell

10. Ellison, Lawrence Joseph, 60, $13.7 billion, Silicon Valley, Calif., Oracle

11. Ballmer, Steven Anthony, 48, $12.6 billion, Redmond, Wash., Microsoft

12. Johnson, Abigail, 42, $12 billion, Boston, Fidelity

13. Anthony, Barbara Cox, 81, $11.3 billion, Honolulu, Cox Enterprises

13. Chambers, Anne Cox, 84, $11.3 billion, Atlanta, Cox Enterprises

15. Kluge, John Werner, 90, $11 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., Metromedia

16. Omidyar, Pierre M., 37, $10.4 billion, Henderson, Nev., Ebay

17. Mars, Forrest Edward Jr., 73, $10 billion, McLean, Va., candy

17. Mars, Jacqueline, 65, $10 billion, Bedminster, N.J., candy

17. Mars, John Franklyn, 68, $10 billion, Arlington, Va., candy

20. Redstone, Sumner M., 81, $8.1 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., Viacom

21. Icahn, Carl, 68, $7.6 billion, New York, leveraged buyouts

22. Knight, Philip H., 66, $7.4 billion, Beaverton, Ore., Nike

23. Ergen, Charles, 51, $7.3 billion, Denver, EchoStar

24. Soros, George, 74, $7.2 billion, New York, hedge funds

25. Newhouse, Donald Edward, 74, $7 billion, Somerset County, N.J., publishing

25. Newhouse, Samuel Irving Jr., 76, $7 billion, New York, publishing

27. Murdoch, Keith Rupert, 73, $6.9 billion, New York, News Corp.

28. Broad, Eli, 71, $6 billion, Los Angeles, investments

28. Johnson, Edward Crosby III, 74, $6 billion, Boston, Fidelity

30. Davis, Marvin H., 79, $5.8 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., investments

30. Kerkorian, Kirk, 87, $5.8 billion, Los Angeles, investments, casinos

32. Arison, Micky, 55, $5.3 billion, Bal Harbour, Fla., Carnival Cruises

33. Anschutz, Philip F., 64, $5.2 billion, Denver, investments

34. Bloomberg, Michael Rubens, 62, $5 billion, New York, Bloomberg L.P.

34. Warner, H. Ty, 60, $5 billion, Chicago, Beanie Babies

36. Abele, John E., 67, $4.5 billion, Boston, Boston Scientific

37. Geffen, David, 61, $4.4 billion, Malibu, Calif., entertainment

38. Bezos, Jeffrey P., 40, $4.3 billion, Seattle, Amazon

38. Bren, Donald L., 72, $4.3 billion, Newport Beach, Calif., real estate

40. Duncan, Dan L., 71, $4.2 billion, Houston, Natural gas

40. Perelman, Ronald Owen, 61, $4.2 billion, New York, leveraged buyouts

40. Perot, Henry Ross and family, 74, $4.2 billion, Dallas, computer services

43. Brin, Sergey, 31, $4 billion, San Francisco, Google

43. Kaiser, George B., 62, $4 billion, Tulsa, oil and gas, banking

43. Koch, Charles De Ganahl, 67, $4 billion, Wichita, oil, commodities

43. Koch, David Hamilton, 63, $4 billion, Wichita, oil, commodities

43. Page, Larry E., 31, $4 billion, San Francisco, Google

43. Wrigley, William Jr., 40, $4 billion, Lake Forest, Ill., chewing gum

49. Moore, Gordon Earle, 75, $3.8 billion, Woodside, Calif., Intel

49. Nicholas, Peter M., 63, $3.8 billion, Boston, Boston Scientific

51. Menard, John R. Jr., 64, $3.7 billion, Eau Claire, Wis., home improvement stores

51. Sorenson, James L., 83, $3.7 billion, Salt Lake City, medical devices, real estate

53. Crown, Lester and family, 79, $3.6 billion, Wilmette, Ill., investments

54. Rowling, Robert, 51, $3.5 billion, Dallas, oil and gas, hotels, investments

55. Cook, William Alfred, 73, $3.2 billion, Bloomington, Ind., medical devices

55. Goodnight, James, 61, $3.2 billion, Cary, N.C., SAS Institute

55. Lauder, Leonard Alan, 71, $3.2 billion, New York, cosmetics

55. Taylor, Jack Crawford, 82, $3.2 billion, St. Louis, Enterprise Rent-A-Car

59. Greenberg, Maurice Raymond, 79, $3.1 billion, New York, American International Group

60. Adelson, Sheldon, 71, $3 billion, Las Vegas, casinos, hotels

60. DeVos, Richard M., 78, $3 billion, Ada, Mich., Alticor

60. Kroenke, Ann Walton, 54, $3 billion, Columbia, Mo., Wal-Mart

60. Lucas, George, 60, $3 billion, Marin County, Calif., Star Wars

60. Tisch, Preston Robert, 78, $3 billion, New York, Loews

65. Bass, Robert Muse, 56, $2.9 billion, Fort Worth, oil, investments

65. Van Andel, Jay, 80, $2.9 billion, Ada, Mich., Alticor

65. Wexner, Leslie Herbert, 69, $2.9 billion, Columbus, Ohio, Limited Brands

68. Davidson, William Morse, 81, $2.8 billion, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., glass

68. Hillman, Henry Lea, 85, $2.8 billion, Pittsburgh, industrialist

68. Laurie, Nancy Walton, 53, $2.8 billion, Columbia, Mo., Wal-Mart

68. Schwab, Charles R., 67, $2.8 billion, Atherton, Calif., discount stock brokerage

72. Lauren, Ralph, 64, $2.7 billion, New York, fashion

72. Perenchio, A. Jerrold, 73, $2.7 billion, Bel Air, Calif., Univision

74. Filo, David, 38, $2.6 billion, Mountain View, Calif., Yahoo

74. Jobs, Steven Paul, 49, $2.6 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., Apple Computer

74. Johnson, Barbara Piasecka, 67, $2.6 billion, Monte Carlo, Monaco, inheritance

74. Spielberg, Steven Allen, 57, $2.6 billion, Pacific Palisades, Calif., movies

74. Trump, Donald John, 58, $2.6 billion, New York, real estate

79. Bronfman, Edgar M. Sr., 75, $2.5 billion, New York, liquor

79. Hughes, Bradley Wayne, 71, $2.5 billion, Bel Air, Calif., Public Storage

79. Ingram, Martha R. and family, 69, $2.5 billion, Nashville, Ingram Industries

79. Johnson, Charles Bartlett, 71, $2.5 billion, San Mateo, Calif., Franklin Resources

79. Rockefeller, David Sr., 89, $2.5 billion, New York, Standard Oil, banker

79. Schulze, Richard M., 63, $2.5 billion, Edina, Minn., Best Buy

79. Simons, James H., 66, $2.5 billion, East Setauket, N.Y., hedge funds

79. Stern, Leonard Norman, 66, $2.5 billion, New York, real estate

87. Bechtel, Riley P., 52, $2.4 billion, San Francisco, engineering, construction

87. Bechtel, Stephen Davison Jr., 79, $2.4 billion, San Francisco, engineering, construction

87. Blavatnik, Leonard, 46, $2.4 billion, New York, oil, coal, real estate

87. Udvar-Hazy, Steven, 58, $2.4 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., International Lease Finance

87. Zell, Samuel, 63, $2.4 billion, Chicago, real estate

92. Burkle, Ronald, 51, $2.3 billion, Los Angeles, supermarkets, investments

92. Hunt, Ray Lee, 61, $2.3 billion, Dallas, inheritance, oil, real estate

92. Huntsman, Jon Meade, 67, $2.3 billion, Salt Lake City, chemicals

92. Pohlad, Carl, 89, $2.3 billion, Minneapolis, banking

92. Simplot, John Richard and family, 95, $2.3 billion, Boise, potatoes, microchips

97. Butt, Charles C., 66, $2.2 billion, San Antonio, supermarkets

97. Helmsley, Leona Mindy Rosenthal, 84, $2.2 billion, New York, real estate

97. Saban, Haim, 59, $2.2 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., television

97. Spangler, Clemmie Dixon Jr., 72, $2.2 billion, Charlotte, N.C., investments

97. Yang, Jerry, 35, $2.2 billion, Los Altos, Calif., Yahoo

102. Getty, Gordon Peter, 71, $2.1 billion, San Francisco, oil

102. Hostetter, Amos Barr Jr., 67, $2.1 billion, Boston, Continental Cablevision

102. Kohler, Herbert and family, 65, $2.1 billion, Kohler, Wis., plumbing fixtures

102. Lauder, Ronald Steven, 60, $2.1 billion, New York, cosmetics

106. Allen, Herbert Anthony Jr., 64, $2 billion, New York, investment banking

106. Annenberg, Leonore, 86, $2 billion, Wynnewood, Pa., inheritance

106. Arnall, Roland, 65, $2 billion, Hombly Hills, Calif., Mortgage banking

106. Cohen, Steven A., 48, $2 billion, Greenwich, Conn., hedge funds

106. Johnson, Rupert Harris Jr., 63, $2 billion, San Mateo, Calif., Franklin Resources

106. Kovner, Bruce, 59, $2 billion, New York, hedge funds

106. Marcus, Bernard, 75, $2 billion, Atlanta, Home Depot

106. McCaw, Craig O., 55, $2 billion, Seattle, McCaw Cellular

106. McGovern, Patrick Joseph, 67, $2 billion, Hollis, N.H., IDG

106. Rainwater, Richard Edward, 60, $2 billion, Fort Worth, real estate, energy, insurance

106. Rich, Robert Edward Sr., 91, $2 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., nondairy creamer

106. Simmons, Harold Clark, 73, $2 billion, Dallas, investments

118. Gonda, Louis L., 56, $1.9 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., International Lease Finance

118. Hearst, William Randolph III, 55, $1.9 billion, San Francisco, Hearst Corp

118. Rales, Mitchell P., 47, $1.9 billion, Washington, D.C., Danaher Corp

118. Rales, Steven M., 52, $1.9 billion, Washington, D.C., Danaher Corp

118. Taylor, Glen, 63, $1.9 billion, Mankato, Minn., printing

118. Turner, Robert E. "Ted", 65, $1.9 billion, Lamont, Fla., Time Warner

124. Abraham, S. Daniel, 80, $1.8 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., Slim-Fast

124. Cooke, Phoebe Hearst, 77, $1.8 billion, San Francisco, Hearst Corp

124. Hearst, Austin, 52, $1.8 billion, New York, Hearst Corp

124. Hearst, David Whitmire Jr., 59, $1.8 billion, Los Angeles, Hearst Corp

124. Hearst, George Randolph Jr., 77, $1.8 billion, Los Angeles, Hearst Corp

124. Huizenga, H. Wayne, 66, $1.8 billion, Fort Lauderdale, entrepreneur

124. Jackson, Jess Stonestreet, 74, $1.8 billion, Healdsburg, Calif., wine

124. Kellogg, Peter R., 62, $1.8 billion, Short Hills, N.J., investments

124. Lindner, Carl Henry Jr. and family, 85, $1.8 billion, Cincinnati, investments

124. Mathile, Clayton Lee, 63, $1.8 billion, Dayton, Ohio, Iams

124. Mitchell, George Phydias, 85, $1.8 billion, Houston, Mitchell Energy

124. Sarofim, Fayez Shalaby, 75, $1.8 billion, Houston, finance

124. Shvidler, Evgeny "Eugene" Markovich, 40, $1.8 billion, Moscow, oil

124. Smith, Frederick Wallace, 60, $1.8 billion, Memphis, FedEx

124. Stempel, Ernest E., 88, $1.8 billion, Hamilton, Bermuda, American International Group

124. Stryker, Jon Lloyd, 46, $1.8 billion, Kalamazoo, Mich., inheritance

124. Stryker, Ronda E., 50, $1.8 billion, Kalamazoo, Mich., inheritance

124. Washington, Dennis, 70, $1.8 billion, Missoula, Mont., investments

142. Bass, Lee Marshall, 48, $1.7 billion, Fort Worth, oil, investments

142. Booth, Franklin Otis Jr., 81, $1.7 billion, Los Angeles, Berkshire Hathaway

142. Druckenmiller, Stanley, 52, $1.7 billion, New York, hedge funds

142. Gores, Tom T., 40, $1.7 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., leveraged buyouts

142. Lampert, Edward S., 42, $1.7 billion, Greenwich, Conn., investments

142. Malone, John C., 63, $1.7 billion, Parker, Colo., cable television

142. Murdock, David Howard, 81, $1.7 billion, Los Angeles, investments

142. Penske, Roger S., 67, $1.7 billion, Birmingham, Mich., cars

142. Pritzker, Thomas J., 54, $1.7 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments

142. Sperling, Peter, 44, $1.7 billion, Phoenix, Apollo Group

152. Frank, Sidney, 85, $1.6 billion, New Rochelle, N.Y., liquor

152. Hall, Donald Joyce, 76, $1.6 billion, Mission Hills, Kan., Hallmark

152. Kinder, Richard, 60, $1.6 billion, Houston, pipelines

152. Lewis, Peter Benjamin, 70, $1.6 billion, Coconut Grove, Fla., Progressive Corp

152. Malone, Mary Alice Dorrance, 54, $1.6 billion, Coatesville, Pa., inheritance

152. Marshall, E. Pierce, 65, $1.6 billion, Dallas, investments (Marshall has asked to be excluded from list, saying it overstates his assets and their value)

152. Munger, Charles T., 80, $1.6 billion, Los Angeles, investments

152. Nicholas, Henry Thompson III, 45, $1.6 billion, Laguna Hills, Calif., Broadcom

152. Pritzker, Penny, 45, $1.6 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments

152. Simon, Melvin, 77, $1.6 billion, Indianapolis, real estate

152. Sperling, John G., 83, $1.6 billion, Phoenix, Apollo Group

152. Whitman, Margaret C., 48, $1.6 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., Ebay

152. Zuckerman, Mortimer Benjamin, 67, $1.6 billion, New York, media, real estate

165. Buck, Peter, 73, $1.5 billion, Danbury, Conn., Subway

165. Cargill, James R., 80, $1.5 billion, Minneapolis, inheritance

165. Cargill, Margaret Anne, 84, $1.5 billion, La Jolla, Calif., inheritance

165. DeLuca, Fred, 56, $1.5 billion, Fort Lauderdale, Subway

165. Dorrance, Bennett, 55, $1.5 billion, Paradise Valley, Ariz., inheritance

165. Emmerson, Archie Aldis "Red", 75, $1.5 billion, Redding, Calif., timberland, lumber mills

165. Fisher, John J., 43, $1.5 billion, San Francisco, Gap

165. Fisher, Robert J., 51, $1.5 billion, San Francisco, Gap

165. Gonda, Leslie L., 84, $1.5 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., International Lease Finance

165. Johnson, H. Fisk, 46, $1.5 billion, Racine, Wis., S.C. Johnson & Sons

165. Johnson, Imogene Powers, 74, $1.5 billion, Racine, Wis., S.C. Johnson & Sons

165. Johnson, S. Curtis, 49, $1.5 billion, Racine, Wis., S.C. Johnson & Sons

165. Johnson-Leipold, Helen, 47, $1.5 billion, Racine, Wis., S.C. Johnson & Sons

165. Johnson-Marquart, Winnie, 45, $1.5 billion, Virginia Beach, S.C. Johnson & Sons

165. Krasny, Michael, 51, $1.5 billion, Highland Park, Ill., CDW Corp

165. Kravis, Henry R., 60, $1.5 billion, New York, leveraged buyouts

165. McNair, Robert C., 66, $1.5 billion, Houston, energy

165. Pritzker, Anthony, 43, $1.5 billion, Los Angeles, hotels, investments

165. Pritzker, Daniel, 45, $1.5 billion, Marin County, Calif., hotels, investments

165. Pritzker, James, 53, $1.5 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments

165. Pritzker, Jay Robert (J.B.), 39, $1.5 billion, Evanston, Ill., hotels, investments

165. Pritzker, Jean (Gigi), 42, $1.5 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments

165. Pritzker, John A., 51, $1.5 billion, San Francisco, hotels, investments

165. Pritzker, Karen, 46, $1.5 billion, New Haven, Conn., hotels, investments

165. Pritzker, Linda, 50, $1.5 billion, St. Ignatius, Mont., hotels, investments

165. Ricketts, J. Joseph and family, 63, $1.5 billion, Omaha, Ameritrade

165. Roberts, George R., 60, $1.5 billion, Los Angeles, leveraged buyouts

165. Sall, John, 55, $1.5 billion, Cary, N.C., SAS Institute

165. Samueli, Henry, 50, $1.5 billion, Newport Beach, Calif., Broadcom

165. Schmidt, Eric, 49, $1.5 billion, Atherton, Calif., Google

165. Sobrato, John Albert, 65, $1.5 billion, Atherton, Calif., real estate

165. Stephens, Jackson Thomas and family, 81, $1.5 billion, Little Rock, investment banking

165. Stryker, Pat A., 48, $1.5 billion, Fort Collins, Colo., inheritance

165. Tisch, Wilma Stein, 78, $1.5 billion, New York, Loews

165. Williams, Arthur L. Jr., 62, $1.5 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., insurance

165. Ziff, Daniel Morton, 32, $1.5 billion, New York, inheritance, hedge funds

165. Ziff, Dirk Edward, 40, $1.5 billion, New York, inheritance, hedge funds

165. Ziff, Robert David, 38, $1.5 billion, New York, inheritance, hedge funds

203. Farmer, Richard T., 69, $1.4 billion, Cincinnati, Cintas Corp

203. Ford, Gerald J., 60, $1.4 billion, Dallas, banking

203. Gage, Barbara Carlson and family, 62, $1.4 billion, Minneapolis, inheritance

203. Kroenke, E. Stanley, 57, $1.4 billion, Columbia, Mo., sports, real estate

203. Mann, Alfred, 78, $1.4 billion, Los Angeles, inventor, entrepreneur

203. Marriott, Richard Edwin, 65, $1.4 billion, Potomac, Md., hotels

203. Moran, James Martin, 86, $1.4 billion, Deerfield Beach, Fla., Toyota distributor

203. Morgridge, John P., 71, $1.4 billion, Portola Valley, Calif., Cisco

203. Nelson, Marilyn Carlson and family, 65, $1.4 billion, Minneapolis, inheritance

203. Ueltschi, Albert Lee, 87, $1.4 billion, Irving, Texas, FlightSafety International

203. Waitt, Theodore W., 41, $1.4 billion, San Diego, Gateway

203. Weill, Sanford, 71, $1.4 billion, New York, Citigroup

215. Bass, Sid Richardson, 61, $1.3 billion, Fort Worth, oil, investments

215. Batten, Frank Sr., 77, $1.3 billion, Virginia Beach, Landmark Communications

215. Cuban, Mark, 46, $1.3 billion, Dallas, Broadcast.com

215. Diller, Barry, 62, $1.3 billion, New York, InterActiveCorp

215. Dolan, Charles Francis, 77, $1.3 billion, Oyster Bay, N.Y., Cablevision Systems

215. France, James C., 59, $1.3 billion, Daytona Beach, Fla., auto racing

215. France, William C. Jr., 71, $1.3 billion, Daytona Beach, Fla., auto racing

215. Gates, Charles Cassius Jr., 83, $1.3 billion, Denver, automotive products

215. Goldsbury, Christopher, 61, $1.3 billion, San Antonio, salsa

215. Gores, Alec, 51, $1.3 billion, Beverly Hills, Calif., leveraged buyouts

215. Holding, Robert Earl, 77, $1.3 billion, Salt Lake City, oil refining, resorts

215. Jamail, Joseph Dahr Jr., 78, $1.3 billion, Houston, lawsuits

215. Lindemann, George L and family, 68, $1.3 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., natural gas, media

215. McLane, Robert Drayton Jr., 68, $1.3 billion, Temple, Texas, Wal-Mart, logistics

215. Rady, Ernest S., 67, $1.3 billion, San Diego, investments

215. Ruffin, Phillip, 68, $1.3 billion, Wichita, casinos, real estate

215. Smith, Ollen Bruton, 77, $1.3 billion, Charlotte, N.C., Speedway Motorsports

215. Winfrey, Oprah, 50, $1.3 billion, Chicago, television

215. Wynn, Stephen A., 63, $1.3 billion, Las Vegas, casinos

234. Beck, Nancy Lerner, 44, $1.2 billion, Cleveland, inheritance

234. Blank, Arthur M., 62, $1.2 billion, Atlanta, Home Depot

234. Connor, William E. II, 54, $1.2 billion, Hong Kong, exports

234. Copley, David C., 52, $1.2 billion, La Jolla, Calif., Copley Press

234. Debartolo, Edward John Jr., 57, $1.2 billion, Tampa, shopping centers

234. Flatley, Thomas John, 72, $1.2 billion, Milton, Mass., real estate

234. Gerry, Alan, 75, $1.2 billion, Liberty, N.Y., Cablevision Industries

234. Green, David, 63, $1.2 billion, Oklahoma City, Hobby Lobby

234. Harbert, Marguerite, 81, $1.2 billion, Birmingham, Ala., inheritance

234. Hubbard, Stanley Stub, 71, $1.2 billion, St. Mary's Point, Minn., DirectTV

234. Jannard, James, 55, $1.2 billion, San Juan Islands, Wash., Oakley

234. Lee, Thomas Haskell, 60, $1.2 billion, New York, leveraged buyouts

234. Lerner, Norma, 68, $1.2 billion, Cleveland, inheritance

234. Lerner, Randolph D., 42, $1.2 billion, Cleveland, inheritance

234. Magerko, Maggie Hardy, 38, $1.2 billion, Eightyfour, Pa., 84 Lumber

234. Marriott, John Willard Jr., 72, $1.2 billion, Potomac, Md., hotels

234. McCombs, Billy Joe "Red", 76, $1.2 billion, San Antonio, radio, cars, oil

234. Naify, Robert Allen, 82, $1.2 billion, San Francisco, movie theaters

234. Pritzker, Nicholas J. II, 60, $1.2 billion, Chicago, hotels, investments

234. Pulte, William J., 72, $1.2 billion, Detroit, Pulte Homes

234. Rockefeller, Winthrop Paul, 56, $1.2 billion, Morrilton, Ark., Standard Oil

234. Scaife, Richard Mellon, 71, $1.2 billion, Pittsburgh,inheritance

234. Scott, Walter Jr., 73, $1.2 billion, Omaha, construction, telecom

234. Siebel, Thomas M., 51, $1.2 billion, San Mateo, Calif., Siebel Systems

234. Soon-Shiong, Patrick, 52, $1.2 billion, Los Angeles, generic drugs

234. Taylor, Patrick F., 67, $1.2 billion, New Orleans, Taylor Energy

260. Argyros, George Leon, 67, $1.1 billion, Newport Beach, Calif., investments

260. Berg, Carl Edwin, 67, $1.1 billion, Atherton, Calif., real estate, venture capital

260. Cook, Scott D., 52, $1.1 billion, Woodside, Calif., Intuit

260. Duffield, David A., 64, $1.1 billion, Incline Village, Nev., PeopleSoft

260. Egan, Richard J., 68, $1.1 billion, Hopkinton, Mass., EMC Corp

260. Fisher, Donald George, 76, $1.1 billion, San Francisco, Gap

260. Fisher, Doris Feigenbaum, 73, $1.1 billion, San Francisco, Gap

260. Green, Pincus, 69, $1.1 billion, Meggan, Switzerland, commodities

260. Kellogg, William S., 61, $1.1 billion, Oconomowoc, Wis., Kohl's

260. Langone, Kenneth G., 69, $1.1 billion, Sands Point, N.Y., investments

260. Mays, L. Lowry, 69, $1.1 billion, San Antonio, Clear Channel

260. Rich, Marc David, 69, $1.1 billion, Meggan, Switzerland, commodities

260. Roski, Edward P. Jr., 65, $1.1 billion, Los Angeles, real estate

260. Siegel, Herbert, 76, $1.1 billion, New York, television

260. Spanos, Alexander Gus, 81, $1.1 billion, Stockton, Calif., real estate

260. Teel, Joyce Raley, 73, $1.1 billion, Sacramento, supermarkets

260. Troutt, Kenny A., 56, $1.1 billion, Dallas, Excel Communications

260. White, Dean V., 81, $1.1 billion, Crown Point, Ind., billboards, hotels

278. Anderson, John Edward, 87, $1 billion, Bel Air, Calif., investments

278. Ansin, Edmund Newton, 68, $1 billion, Miami Beach, Sunbeam Broadcasting

278. Arrillaga, John, 67, $1 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., real estate

278. Bailey, Thomas, 67, $1 billion, Aspen, Colo., mutual funds

278. Bass, Edward Perry, 59, $1 billion, Fort Worth, oil, investments

278. Bechtolsheim, Andreas, 48, $1 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., Google

278. Bluhm, Neil Gary, 66, $1 billion, Chicago, real estate

278. Bose, Amar Gopal, 75, $1 billion, Framingham, Mass., Bose

278. Calamos, John P., 64, $1 billion, Naperville, Ill., mutual funds

278. Chaplin, Harvey, 75, $1 billion, Miami, liquor, wine distribution

278. Comer, Gary Campbell, 76, $1 billion, Chicago, Lands' End

278. Day, Robert Addison, 60, $1 billion, Los Angeles, money management

278. Disney, Roy Edward, 74, $1 billion, Los Angeles, Walt Disney

278. Edson, John Orin, 72, $1 billion, Seattle, leisure craft

278. Fisher, William Sydney, 47, $1 billion, San Francisco, Gap

278. Flowers, J. Christopher, 46, $1 billion, New York, investments

278. Ford, William Clay Sr., 79, $1 billion, Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich., Ford Motor Co.

278. Glazer, Malcolm, 76, $1 billion, Palm Beach, Fla., shopping malls, investments

278. Golisano, Blase Thomas, 62, $1 billion, Rochester, N.Y., Paychex

278. Gottesman, David, 78, $1 billion, Rye, N.Y., investments

278. Gross, William H., 60, $1 billion, Newport Beach, Calif., bonds

278. Herb, Marvin J., 67, $1 billion, Chicago, soft-drink bottling

278. Jacobs, Jeremy Maurice Sr., 64, $1 billion, East Aurora, N.Y., sports concessions

278. Jones, Jerral W., 61, $1 billion, Dallas, Dallas Cowboys, oil and gas

278. Jones, Paul Tudor II, 50, $1 billion, Greenwich, Conn., hedge funds

278. Joseph, George, 83, $1 billion, Los Angeles, insurance

278. Kohlberg, Jerome Spiegel Jr., 79, $1 billion, Mt. Kisco, N.Y., leveraged buyouts

278. Marion, Anne Windfohr, 65, $1 billion, Fort Worth, inheritance, oil

278. Milken, Michael Robert, 58, $1 billion, Los Angeles, investments

278. Peery, Richard Taylor, 64, $1 billion, Palo Alto, Calif., real estate

278. Peltz, Nelson, 62, $1 billion, Bedford, N.Y., leveraged buyouts

278. Price, Michael F., 52, $1 billion, Far Hills, N.J., investments

278. Robinson, Jesse Mack, 81, $1 billion, Atlanta, banking, insurance

278. Ross, Wilbur L. Jr., 66, $1 billion, New York, leveraged buyouts

278. Simonyi, Charles, 56, $1 billion, Medina, Wash., Microsoft

278. Weber, Charlotte Colket, 61, $1 billion, Ocala, Fla., inheritance

314. Wyly, Samuel, 69, $990 million, Dallas, investments

315. Keinath, Pauline MacMillan, 72, $975 million, St. Louis, inheritance

315. MacMillan, Cargill Jr., 77, $975 million, Wayzata, Minn., inheritance

315. MacMillan, John Hugh III, 76, $975 million, Hillsboro Beach, Fla., inheritance

315. MacMillan, W. Duncan, 74, $975 million, Wayzata, Minn., inheritance

315. MacMillan, Whitney, 75, $975 million, Minneapolis, inheritance

315. Opperman, Dwight D., 81, $975 million, Dellwood, Minn., publishing

315. Pictet, Marion MacMillan, 72, $975 million, Hamilton Beach, Bermuda, inheritance

315. Rock, Arthur J., 78, $975 million, San Francisco, venture capital

315. Schneider, Donald J., 68, $975 million, Green Bay, Wis., trucking

324. Brown, John W., 70, $960 million, Kalamazoo, Mich., Stryker

324. Frist, Thomas F. Jr and family, 66, $960 million, Nashville, HCA Healthcare

324. Osher, Bernard A., 77, $960 million, San Francisco, banking, investments

327. Gallo, Ernest, 95, $950 million, Modesto, Calif., wine

327. Kao, Min H., 55, $950 million, Mission Hills, Kan., navigation equipment

327. Manoogian, Richard Alexander, 68, $950 million, Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich., Masco

327. Van Beuren, Hope Hill, 70, $950 million, Middletown, R.I., inheritance

327. Vilar, Alberto, 63, $950 million, New York, money management

327. Watkins, Edward G. III, 68, $950 million, Concord, Mass., security systems

327. Wiskemann, Elizabeth S., $950 million, San Rafael, Calif., mutual funds

334. Hamilton, Dorrance Hill, 76, $930 million, Wayne, Pa., inheritance

334. Jacobs, Irwin Mark, 70, $930 million, La Jolla, Calif., Qualcomm

336. Tyson, Donald John, 74, $925 million, Springdale, Ark., chicken

337. Pasculano, Lynne and family, 63, $920 million, New York, auto parts, candy

337. Sandler, Herbert M., 72, $920 million, San Francisco, banking

337. Sandler, Marion O., 73, $920 million, San Francisco, banking

340. Bass, Perry Richardson, 89, $900 million, Fort Worth, oil, investments

340. Field, Frederick "Ted" Woodruff, 52, $900 million, West Hollywood, Calif., music, movies

340. Fung, Victor, 59, $900 million, Hong Kong, distribution

340. Glazer, Guilford, 83, $900 million, Beverly Hills, Calif., shopping malls

340. Morean, William, 49, $900 million, St. Petersburg, Fla., Jabil Circuit

340. Rizzuto, Leandro P., 66, $900 million, Sheridan, Wyo., manufacturing

340. Saul, Bernard Francis II, 72, $900 million, Chevy Chase, Md., banking, real estate

340. Taubman, A. Alfred, 80, $900 million, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., real estate

348. Kim, James and family, 68, $880 million, Bryn Mawr, Pa., microchips

349. Magness, Gary, 50, $875 million, Cherry Hills, Colo., inheritance

350. Bowes, William, 78, $860 million, San Francisco, venture capital

350. Boyle, Timothy, 55, $860 million, Portland, Ore., Columbia Sportswear

352. Bisciotti, Stephen J., 44, $850 million, Severna Park, Md., outsourcing, football

352. Connell, Grover, 86, $850 million, Westfield, N.J., equipment leasing

352. Frost, Dr. Phillip, 67, $850 million, Miami, Ivax Corp.

352. Heisley, Michael E. Sr., 67, $850 million, St. Charles, Ill., manufacturing

352. Hendricks, Kenneth, 62, $850 million, Beloit, Wis., building supplies

352. Krehbiel, John Hammond Jr., 66, $850 million, Lake Forest, Ill., Molex

352. McCaw, Bruce R., 57, $850 million, Seattle, McCaw Cellular

352. Moreno, Arturo, 58, $850 million, Phoenix, billboards

352. Robertson, Julian H. Jr., 72, $850 million, New York, money management

361. Levine, Leon and family, 67, $840 million, Charlotte, N.C., Family Dollar Stores

362. Fireman, Paul Barry, 60, $830 million, Newton, Mass., Reebok

363. Case, Stephen M., 46, $825 million, McLean, Va., AOL

363. Griffin, Kenneth C., 35, $825 million, Chicago, hedge funds

363. Marsico, Thomas, 49, $825 million, Englewood, Colo., mutual funds

363. May, Cordelia Scaife, 76, $825 million, Ligonier, Pa., inheritance

363. Oates, Marvin L. "Buzz", 81, $825 million, Sacramento, real estate

368. McCaw, John Elroy Jr., 53, $810 million, Seattle, McCaw Cellular

369. Friedland, Robert M., 54, $800 million, Singapore, mining

369. Galan, Victor J., 71, $800 million, San Juan, P.R., banking

369. Galvin, Robert William, 83, $800 million, Barrington Hills, Ill., Motorola

369. Hascoe, Norman, 75, $800 million, Greenwich, Conn., investments

369. Katzenberg, Jeffrey, 53, $800 million, Beverly Hills, Calif., movies

369. Lenfest, Harold FitzGerald, 74, $800 million, Huntington Valley, Pa., Lenfest Cable

369. Lupton, John Thomas, 78, $800 million, Lookout Mountain, Tenn., soft-drink bottling

369. Marshall, Barbara Hall, 80, $800 million, Kansas City, Mo., Hallmark

369. Milken, Lowell Jay, 55, $800 million, Los Angeles, investments

369. Nathanson, Marc B., 59, $800 million, Aspen, Colo., cable, investments

369. Reid, Elizabeth Ann Hall, 82, $800 million, Fort Worth, Hallmark

369. Thorne, Oakleigh B. III, 72, $800 million, Millbrook, N.Y., publishing

369. West, Alfred P. Jr., 61, $800 million, Paoli, Pa., money management

382. Wagner, Todd R., 44, $780 million, Dallas, Broadcast.com

383. Earhart, Anne Catherine Getty, 52, $775 million, Laguna Beach, Calif., inheritance

383. Fisher, Max Martin, 96, $775 million, Franklin, Mich., investments

383. Getty, Caroline Marie, 46, $775 million, San Francisco, inheritance

383. Hilton, William Barron, 76, $775 million, Los Angeles, hotels, casinos

383. Honickman, Harold, 71, $775 million, Philadelphia, soft-drink bottling

383. Perry, Claire Eugenia Getty, 50, $775 million, San Francisco, inheritance

389. Bacon, Louis Moore, 48, $750 million, London, hedge funds

389. Bing, Stephen L. and family, 39, $750 million, Beverly Hills, Calif., inheritance

389. Ilitch, Michael, 75, $750 million, Detroit, pizza

389. Kerry, Teresa F. Heinz, 66, $750 million, Fox Chapel, Pa., inheritance

389. Levine, William S., 72, $750 million, Phoenix, billboards

389. Milliken, Roger, 88, $750 million, Spartanburg, S.C., textiles

389. Moores, John Jay, 60, $750 million, San Diego, software

389. Nash, Jack, 75, $750 million, New York, investments

389. Pickens, T. Boone Jr., 76, $750 million, Dallas, oil and gas, investments

389. Schwarzman, Stephen A., 57, $750 million, New York, investments

389. Shorenstein, Walter Herbert, 89, $750 million, San Francisco, real estate

389. Waitt, Norman W. Jr., 50, $750 million, Dakota Dunes, S.D., Gateway

Next time . . . easy on the double-space!

Kindly send the email addresses of the listed rich people .

thanks

Bush is inhumanly cold, look at the woman's expression and look at his! Absolutely unfeeling. A real creep!

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