Kerry Begins Critique of Bush's Security Record Democratic Sen. John Kerry is set to deliver a speech in which he says President Bush has "undermined the legacy of generations of American leadership." Kerry's critique of Bush's security record comes one day after former Vice President Al Gore attacked the White House for "twisted values and atrocious policies" in Iraq. Hear NPR's Steve Inkseep and Karen Tumulty of Time magazine.
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Kerry Begins Critique of Bush's Security Record

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Kerry Begins Critique of Bush's Security Record

Kerry Begins Critique of Bush's Security Record

Kerry Begins Critique of Bush's Security Record

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Democratic Sen. John Kerry is set to deliver a speech in which he says President Bush has "undermined the legacy of generations of American leadership." Kerry's critique of Bush's security record comes one day after former Vice President Al Gore attacked the White House for "twisted values and atrocious policies" in Iraq. Hear NPR's Steve Inkseep and Karen Tumulty of Time magazine.