Rating Bush on Keeping Campaign Promises Four years ago, President Bush made sweeping promises to reform education, Medicare, taxes and Social Security during his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention. As Bush prepares for another GOP convention, observers say his record of keeping these vows is mixed. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep.
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Rating Bush on Keeping Campaign Promises

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Rating Bush on Keeping Campaign Promises

Rating Bush on Keeping Campaign Promises

Rating Bush on Keeping Campaign Promises

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Four years ago, President Bush made sweeping promises to reform education, Medicare, taxes and Social Security during his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention. As Bush prepares for another GOP convention, observers say his record of keeping these vows is mixed. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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