Kerry Sharpens Attacks on Bush In a speech in New Mexico, Sen. John Kerry accuses President Bush of ignoring his own intelligence establishment's grim assessment of the situation in Iraq. Kerry's stepped-up attacks on Bush's policies are part of an effort to win over swing voters in closely contested states in the Southwest. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.
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In Southwest, Kerry Sharpens Attacks on Bush

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In Southwest, Kerry Sharpens Attacks on Bush

In Southwest, Kerry Sharpens Attacks on Bush

In Southwest, Kerry Sharpens Attacks on Bush

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In a speech in New Mexico, Sen. John Kerry accuses President Bush of ignoring his own intelligence establishment's grim assessment of the situation in Iraq. Kerry's stepped-up attacks on Bush's policies are part of an effort to win over swing voters in closely contested states in the Southwest. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry shakes hands with supporters after a rally in Albuquerque, N.M., Sept. 16, 2004. hide caption

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