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Bush and Kerry, Seen from a Diner

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Bush and Kerry, Seen from a Diner

Bush and Kerry, Seen from a Diner

Bush and Kerry, Seen from a Diner

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NPR's Art Silverman goes to eateries and the streets of Harrisburg, Pa. to gauge what citizens took away from Thursday's presidential debate. Many had seen the interaction between Sen. John Kerry and President Bush — in the judgment of nearly all of them, no iconic or emblematic moments came to pass. Partisans stayed loyal to the man they backed before the debate; swing voters remained unmoved.