Conservatives Rail Against Bush Domestic Spending Conservative Republicans are complaining that the Bush administration is spending too much on domestic programs, like education and farm relief. They say the president has approved money his administration once deemed wasteful. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports.
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Conservatives Rail Against Bush Domestic Spending

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Conservatives Rail Against Bush Domestic Spending

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Conservatives Rail Against Bush Domestic Spending

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Conservative Republicans are complaining that the Bush administration is spending too much on domestic programs, like education and farm relief. They say the president has approved money his administration once deemed wasteful. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports.