Bush, Democrats Face Tough Road to Compromise
DANIEL SCHORR: In the deadly drama of this supplemental war spending bill, the curtain falls on Act I: The President's Veto, Sustained.
MELISSA BLOCK, Host:
Senior news analyst Daniel Schorr.
SCHORR: This is Daniel Schorr.
BLOCK: When President Bush vetoed the spending bill, he used a pen given to him by the father of a marine, killed in Iraq. You can get the story behind the pen at npr.org.
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