Bush Gives Last Christmas Radio Address

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CBNNews.com -- It's President George W. Bush's last Christmas in offfice. He and his family will celebrate the birth of Christ at Camp David with his parents and children. The family will feast on roast turkey, cornbread dressing and all the fixings.

Before he left for the mountains, he recorded his weekly radio address saying that his last Christmas as President was a time to reflect.

"As years pass by, we often forget about the gifts and the parties. But we often remember special moments with families and friends," Bush said.

He also asked Americans to take some time to remember the men and women serving in the military.

"Our enemies do not take holidays," Bush said. "So the members of our armed forces stand ready to protect our freedom at any hour. For their service, they have the thanks of a grateful nation - this Christmas and always."

Listen to the President's radio address by clicking the play button on the media player.

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