Bush - Energy

Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush stopped in Saginaw, Michigan today and made energy policy his theme. Using a manufacturing and engineering center as his backdrop, he talked about the growing economy's need for growing fuel sources — and the importance of keeping those sources politically and militarily secure. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.



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