The New York Times has a nice widget (anything on the origin of that word?) that allows you to search for specific words in Bush's State of the Union Addresses and that represents the numbers and hits visually. It also shows you the words in context.
It looks like this -- well, the red dots marking the search term may not be very visible in this screenshot.
For a decider, Bush surely doesn't use the verb decide very often. It occurs exactly once, and he puts the burden of the decision on the nation's shoulders: "Today, having come far in our historical journey, we must decide: Will we turn back, or finish well?" (2006, Paragraph 69/72)