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    Listen Here from the NPR Website  Campaign Security Screening Crowds for Doubters

    Some would-be attendees at President Bush's campaign events say they're being asked to leave for wearing clothes or stickers that support the president's opponent. At Sen. Kerry's rallies, the presidential hopeful ruefully acknowledges the presence of the opposition. NPR's Nina Totenberg examines the rights of campaign event planners and attendees.

    The above starts to make sense once you've read "Bush on the Couch". Dr. Frank is the author of Bush on the Couch: Inside the Mind of the President (2004). He is a Washington, D.C. based psychoanalyst and professor of psychiatry at George Washington University Medical School. 


UnansweredQuestions.Org - thinking for ourselves

11:22 am The Bush Admin. and 9-11: Open Eyes Required
The recent controversy swirling around the Bush White House, the 9-11 Commission and the Richard Clarke book, Against All Enemies has been very enlightening. Sensing that Bush has almost nothing else to run on in the 2004 elections, the Bush Republican ...



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