Bush Set to Give Union Speech President George W. Bush delivers the State of the Union speech Tuesday night, an event that raises the curtain on his re-election campaign. The president is expected to proclaim the United States a safer nation, citing the war on terrorism and efforts at homeland security. Insiders believe Bush will also describe an improved economy. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.
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Bush Readies State of the Union Speech

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Bush Readies State of the Union Speech

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Bush Readies State of the Union Speech

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President George W. Bush delivers the State of the Union speech Tuesday night, an event that raises the curtain on his re-election campaign. The president is expected to proclaim the United States a safer nation, citing the war on terrorism and efforts at homeland security. Insiders believe Bush will also describe an improved economy. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.