Dem. Candidates Attack Bush The nine Democratic presidential candidates debate the issues Sunday night in Detroit. They accuse President Bush of failing to protect American troops in Iraq and criticize his economic policies as being little more than tax cuts for the rich. The candidates also had plenty of criticism for each other. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.
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Democratic Candidates Attack Bush, Each Other

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Democratic Candidates Attack Bush, Each Other

Democratic Candidates Attack Bush, Each Other

Democratic Candidates Attack Bush, Each Other

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The nine Democratic presidential candidates debate the issues Sunday night in Detroit. They accuse President Bush of failing to protect American troops in Iraq and criticize his economic policies as being little more than tax cuts for the rich. The candidates also had plenty of criticism for each other. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.