Kerry Blasts Bush on Security Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry says President George Bush has provided more talk than action on increasing the security of the United States. Kerry made the assertion during remarks to the International Association of Fire Fighters, a 263,000-member union that has endorsed Kerry. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.
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Kerry Blasts Bush's Security Efforts

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Kerry Blasts Bush's Security Efforts

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Kerry Blasts Bush's Security Efforts

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Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry says President George Bush has provided more talk than action on increasing the security of the United States. Kerry made the assertion during remarks to the International Association of Fire Fighters, a 263,000-member union that has endorsed Kerry. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.

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