Kerry: I Can Take On Bush

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Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry denounces the "special-interest giveaways" he says characterize the Bush administration and promises that, as president, he'd be an "agent of change." Pointing to his years of leadership in the Senate and his national-security experience, Kerry say Democrats know he's the candidate that can beat President Bush. Hear Kerry's interview with NPR's Bob Edwards.

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