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Hoping to change his lowest approval rating ever, George W. Bush is the "War President," again ... when he isn't biking. From the

Bush Says U.S. Will Stay and Finish Task
President Honors Lives Lost, Defends Role in Iraq
By Mike Allen and Sam Coates
Washington Post Staff Writers
Tuesday, August 23, 2005; Page A10

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 22 -- President Bush acknowledged the human toll of the Iraq war in blunt numerical terms on Monday, a gesture that advisers said was aimed in part at deflecting criticism that he is not sensitive to the sacrifices imposed by his policies.

Saluting the veterans who "triumphed over brutal enemies" and "liberated continents," Bush drew a parallel between the World War II generation and the forces now in Iraq by saying, "At this hour, a new generation of Americans is defending our flag and our freedom in the first war of the 21st century."


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