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  1. Bush presses Congress to let Mexican trucks into US.(George W. Bush, president): An article from: America's Insider
  2. Bush to implement order to allow Mexican trucks into the US.(president George W. Bush)(Brief Article): An article from: America's Insider
  3. Introduction of President George W. Bush at the US Naval Academy commencement.(Speech)(Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England)(Transcript): ... from: U.S. Department of Defense Speeches
  4. The White House Workout: The Fitness Plan Inspired by President George W. Bush's Heathier US Initiative by Andrew Flach, Rosemarie Alfieri, 2003-05-17
  5. IRAN - July 23 - Bush Abandoned Hopes To Work With Khatami.(President George W. Bush)(President Mohammed Khatami)(US-Iran relations)(Brief Article): An article from: APS Diplomat Recorder
  6. George W. Bush (Getting to Know the Us Presidents) by Mike Venezia, 2007-09
  7. Presidents Card Game: Featuring 14 Presidents from Coolidge to George W. Bush : 1923-Present (History Channel) by Us Games Systems, 2003-03
  8. Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, George W. Bush, 2002, Bk. 1, January 1 to June 30, 2002 (Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States) by George W. Bush, 2005-06-22
  9. An open letter to George W Bush: 'they hate us and they hate freedom and they hate people who embrace freedom.' President George W Bush interviewed on ... 2004.: An article from: New Internationalist by Theodore Roszak, 2005-03-01
  10. ARAB-US RELATIONS - June 9 - Mubarak Meets Bush.(Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, George W. Bush)(Brief Article): An article from: APS Diplomat Recorder
  11. ARAB-US RELATIONS - Jan. 29 - Bush Outlines Policy.(George W. Bush)(Brief Article): An article from: APS Diplomat Recorder
  12. How Would a Patriot Act? Defending American Values from a President Run Amok by Glenn Greenwald, 2006-05-15
  13. A Letter to America: Is President Bush Leading us in the Right Direction? by Errington Thompson M.D., 2004-09-20
  14. Let's have some fun: how should President Bush spend his huge re-election campaign war chest? Let us count the ways--all 200 million of them.(On The Record): An article from: Campaigns & Elections by Ron Faucheux, 2003-08-01

101. Al Gore Would Be Wise To Follow The Campaign Model Of That Other Vice President
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102. Inaugural Addresses Of The Presidents Of The United States. 1989
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103. My Way - News
Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry, under pressure to say which foreign leaders were rooting for him to beat U.S. president george W. bush, refused to reveal any names. Article reprinted courtesy of|top|03-14-2004::16:30|reuters.html
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By John Whitesides, Political Correspondent BETHLEHEM, Pa. (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry, under pressure to say which foreign leaders were rooting for him to beat President Bush, refused on Sunday to reveal any names. "No leader would obviously share a conversation if I started listing them," Kerry told reporters after Secretary of State Colin Powell suggested he name some names or stop implying foreign leaders were encouraging him to beat Bush. Kerry, who visited the battleground state of Pennsylvania to slam Bush's health care policy and hold a town hall meeting, said last week he had met foreign leaders who told him "you've got to beat this guy" because of unhappiness over U.S. foreign policy. He was challenged on the issue by Powell, who said on "Fox News Sunday" that "if he feels it is that important an assertion to make, he ought to list some names. If he can't list names, then perhaps he should find something else to talk about." Cedrick Brown, owner of a small business in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, also pressed Kerry on the issue during a town hall meeting and questioned whether he had met any foreign leaders recently.

104. - Transcript: President George W. Bush - July 24, 2001

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President Bush has signed a supplemental defence budget spending bill The text of the address given by President George W. Bush to troops at Camp Bondsteel, Yugoslavia: Thank you very much. It's always a proud moment for the commander in chief to see the troops who uphold the values of our country. Especially here, seeing in a foreign land, brings home the true meaning of the sacrifices you make for our freedom. Thank you, General David, for your kind introduction and your hospitality. Laura and I are honoured to be here. I also want to recognise the leadership of Senior NCO Command Sergeant Major Marvin Hill. IN-DEPTH Bush in Europe Bush's European tour On the issues Flash: Missile defence ... Gallery: Bush visits Europe Transcripts World Bank speech Meeting with Blair Meeting with Berlusconi Bush statement to pope ... Bush speech in Kosovo In-depth specials G8 summit: Genoa 2001 Europe's view on Bush Changing face of Europe Climate change ... TIME special report I want to know what you did, Marvin. You got some of the folks kind of excited when I mentioned your name.

105. Public Papers Of The Presidents Of The United States: Main Page
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106. The Atlantic | April 2003 | Close-Up: The Mind Of George W. Bush | Brookheiser
In The Atlantic, Richard Brookhiser probes the president's private life and public career, including his decisionmaking, his judgments, and the views of people close to him.
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on politics and society from The Atlantic Monthly. Close-Up: The Mind of George W. Bush by Richard Brookhiser he powers of the presidency have changed almost beyond recognition since the infancy of the office, when foreign relations were handled by a dozen clerks and diplomats, the armed forces consisted of several thousand soldiers and sailors, and the President himself took months-long summer vacations from the yellow-fever-ravaged capital of Philadelphia or Washington, D.C. Don Quixote resident George W. Bush came to office with a particular package of traits and experiences. His two most obvious personal traits are humor and seriousness. Bush's humor was most in evidence during his campaign and in his early days in the White House. It was not universally admired: Bush has no ability to bathe a crowd in a delighted glow, as Ronald Reagan could. Yet almost all who deal with him, from loyal associates to unsympathetic reporters, testify that one-on-one he is a funny man. Evidently you have to be there. When Bush, speaking to the journalist Tucker Carlson, jeered at the condemned murderer Karla Faye Tucker's plea for clemency (Carlson's description: "'Please,' Bush whimpers, his lips pursed in mock desperation, 'don't kill me'"), you didn't want to be there. Journeys With George they didn't get the next President in a home movie).

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"Make the Pie Higher!" poem is composed of actual quotes from George W. Bush. George W. Bush took a half hour off from glad-handing supporters at a 'thank you' dinner to witness for Christ to a teenage boy. Recent study proves George W. Bush has the lowest IQ of all presidents of the past fifty years. Texas governor George W. Bush "refused to sell his home " to Blacks. President George W. Bush proclaimed, "The problem with the French is that they don't have a word for entrepreneur Some celebrities promised to leave the USA if George W. Bush won the 2000 presidential election. American president George Bush asked Brazilian president Fernando Cardoso if " Brazil has Blacks , too."

108. The New York Times George W Bush
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109. [ ] How George W. Bush Won The 2004
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110. USA-Presidents.Info - George H. W. Bush
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George Herbert Walker Bush (born June 12 , 1924 ) was the 41st President of the United States ( 1989 - 1993 ). Previously, he served as director of the CIA in 1976 - 1977 , and the 43rd Vice President of the United States under President Ronald Reagan ( 1981 - 1989 ). His son, George W. Bush , is the 43rd President of the United States. As a result George H. W. Bush is sometimes referred to as "the Elder Bush", "Bush the Elder", "Bush Senior," "Bush 41", or "the first President Bush" in order to avoid possible confusion between his presidency and that of his son. (Note that contrary to popular conception outside the U.S., Bush and his son are not " senior " and " junior " but rather just father and son with very similar names.) Order: 41st President Term of Office: January 20 , 1989 - January 20 , 1993 Predecessor: Ronald Reagan Successor: Bill Clinton Date of Birth: Thursday , June 12 , 1924 Place of Birth: Milton, Massachusetts First Lady : Barbara Pierce Profession: businessman Political Party : Republican Vice President : Dan Quayle
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George Bush's father, Prescott Bush , served as a Senator from Connecticut and was a partner in the prominent investment banking firm Brown Brothers Harriman.

111. George W. Bush On The Issues
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113. George W. Bush's Resume - BuzzFlash Reader Commentary
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George Walker Bush (born July 6 , 1946 ) is the 43rd and current President of the United States , succeeding Bill Clinton in 2001 . His first term expires in 2005 . He is currently seeking a second term, which would last till 2009 ; see George W. Bush presidential campaign, 2004 for a description of his campaign. Bush was the 46th Governor of Texas from 1995 to 2000 and is a lifelong Republican . Order: 43rd President Term of Office: January 20 , 2001 –present Predecessor: Bill Clinton Date of Birth: Saturday , July 6 , 1946 Place of Birth: New Haven, Connecticut First Lady : Laura Welch Bush Profession: Businessman Political Party : Republican Vice President : Richard Bruce Cheney
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George W. Bush was born in New Haven, Connecticut and grew up in Midland and Houston , Texas . He has four younger siblings: Jeb , Neil , Marvin , and Dorothy . A younger sister, Robin, died of leukemia in 1953 at the age of three. Like his father, Bush was educated at Phillips Academy ( September , 1961 - June , 1964 ) and Yale University ( September , 1964 - May , 1968 .) While at Yale he joined Delta Kappa Epsilon (where he was president from October , 1965 until graduation), and the Skull and Bones Society . He played baseball during his freshman year and rugby during his junior and senior years. He received a bachelor's degree in history in 1968 . Although he had an SAT score of 1206, 200 points below that of the average Yale freshman of 1970 , he benefitted from an admissions policy which gave preference to the children of alumni (his score was at roughly the 70th percentile nationwide). He then earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Harvard Business School , making him the first president to hold a MBA degree.

116. Issues For George W. Bush's Vision For America
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117. Censure Bush
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President Bush told our nation that Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction. Now that the chief weapons inspector has revealed that that simply is not true, President Bush seeks to avoid responsibility by creating an investigation that will focus on the CIA. That's why we believe:
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118. Photo Matt » Moving Image
God save us!! Comment by Judy Gibson — Saturday April 10, 2004 @ 1154pm. george W. bush has yet to appear at the funeral of any.
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119. Welcome To The American Presidency
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120. The Military Career Of George W. Bush
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``I've been to war. I've raised twins. If I had a choice, I'd rather go to war.'' January, 2002 Military Career of our Commander in Chief Bush's DWI revelation at the end of the 2000 Presidential campaign may have been leaked to cover a much bigger scandal On November 2, 2000, four days before the most disputed election in American history, military veterans in the US Senate lashed out at candidate George W Bush for his failure to explain a six-month lapse in his National Guard service. "At the least, I would have been court-martialed. At the least, I would have been placed in prison," Senator Daniel Inouye said. Bush would offer no explanation for his absence and, as he had throughout the campaign, refused to discuss his military service during the Vietnam War. Why would a man who was running for the office of Commander and Chief of the US Armed Forces refuse to discuss his service in the military? Why didn't the public and press take notice? Their attention that day was focused on something else.

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