Bush Accuses Democrats of Ignoring Terrorism For the second time in as many days, President Bush used a speech to take a hard line against Congress. Speaking at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, he accused Democrats of not realizing that the U.S. still faces threats from terrorists.
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Bush Accuses Democrats of Ignoring Terrorism

Bush Accuses Democrats of Ignoring Terrorism

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For the second time in as many days, President Bush used a speech to take a hard line against Congress. Speaking at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, he accused Democrats of not realizing that the U.S. still faces threats from terrorists.

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