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Bush Legacy Considered As RNC Begins

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Bush Legacy Considered As RNC Begins

Bush Legacy Considered As RNC Begins

Bush Legacy Considered As RNC Begins

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President Bush skipped his address to the Republican National Convention on Monday to attend to concerns over Hurricane Gustav. But Bush's legacy is still a major issue for Republican standard bearer John McCain.

Michael Steele, Maryland's former Lt. Gov. who now helps Republicans get elected through the GOPAC organization, discusses the Bush administration legacy.

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