Bush's Smooches: The New 'Shock and Awe'? President Bush displays affection toward his new female Cabinet members, offering kisses while announcing the nominations of Condoleezza Rice as secretary of state and Margaret Spellings as secretary of education. All this kissing has drawn attention from a lot of people, including commentator Lori Gottlieb.
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Bush's Smooches: The New 'Shock and Awe'?

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Bush's Smooches: The New 'Shock and Awe'?

Bush's Smooches: The New 'Shock and Awe'?

Bush's Smooches: The New 'Shock and Awe'?

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President Bush displays affection toward his new female Cabinet members, offering kisses while announcing the nominations of Condoleezza Rice as secretary of state and Margaret Spellings as secretary of education. All this kissing has drawn attention from a lot of people, including commentator Lori Gottlieb.