Bush's Time to Show and Tell

CALLIE SHELL FOR TIME

When Macedonian president Boris Trajkovski visited U.S. President George W. Bush at the White House last month, the two Methodists knelt together in prayer and asked for divine guidance in dealing with the rebel insurgency in that troubled country. Though he will meet 24 government leaders on his five-day, five-country journey to Europe this week, culminating in a minisummit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Bush will almost certainly be praying alone. None of his counterparts is likely to take to his knees either before or beside the President of the United States. And yet Bush could use a bit of divine...

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