Sept. 11 Survivors Ask Bush to Stop 'Ground Zero' Ads Relatives of victims who died in the attack on the World Trade Center don't like the fact that President Bush is using images from "Ground Zero" in his campaign ads, and are calling on the president to pull the commercials from the air. NPR's Robert Smith reports.
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Sept. 11 Survivors Ask Bush to Stop 'Ground Zero' Ads

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Sept. 11 Survivors Ask Bush to Stop 'Ground Zero' Ads

Sept. 11 Survivors Ask Bush to Stop 'Ground Zero' Ads

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Relatives of victims who died in the attack on the World Trade Center don't like the fact that President Bush is using images from "Ground Zero" in his campaign ads, and are calling on the president to pull the commercials from the air. NPR's Robert Smith reports.

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