President Bush Urges Fortitude on Iraq

President Bush used a speech in Morgantown, W.V., to rally support for U.S. efforts in Iraq. In the speech, the president said the U.S. presence there must continue, despite an increase in suicide attacks and roadside bombings.

In his remarks, the president defended his policies in the war and likened the difficulties there to the struggles of the Revolutionary War in the years after the Declaration of Independence.

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