Bush Keeps On Stumping for GOP Candidates NPR's Don Gonyea travels with President Bush, who is making his rounds across the country stirring up support for Republican candidates in this year's tight congressional races. But as Bush follows a long itinerary that he hopes will pack Congress with GOP members sympathetic to his agenda, some critics say the president's energy could have been used in tending to national issues.
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Bush Keeps On Stumping for GOP Candidates

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Bush Keeps On Stumping for GOP Candidates

Bush Keeps On Stumping for GOP Candidates

Bush Keeps On Stumping for GOP Candidates

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NPR's Don Gonyea travels with President Bush, who is making his rounds across the country stirring up support for Republican candidates in this year's tight congressional races. But as Bush follows a long itinerary that he hopes will pack Congress with GOP members sympathetic to his agenda, some critics say the president's energy could have been used in tending to national issues.