President Defends Terrorism Policies in Speech

In his State of the Union address Tuesday night, President Bush set forth goals including more science and math teachers, more tax cuts and less dependence on oil from the Middle East. The president called on lawmakers to set aside divisiveness, but he also took the fight directly to his critics — especially on his policies in Iraq.

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