Flap Erupts Over Bush State of Union Ad NPR's Robert Siegel takes note of a new ad from the Republican National Committee that doctors a mis-spoken word in the President's State of the Union Address. He compares it with NPR policy for editing the president's words.
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Flap Erupts Over Bush State of Union Ad

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Flap Erupts Over Bush State of Union Ad

Flap Erupts Over Bush State of Union Ad

Flap Erupts Over Bush State of Union Ad

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NPR's Robert Siegel takes note of a new ad from the Republican National Committee that doctors a mis-spoken word in the President's State of the Union Address. He compares it with NPR policy for editing the president's words.