"Your report neglected to mention that one of Bush's campaign slogans was, 'I'm a uniter, not a divider.' Ironic words, indeed."
Bill P.
Destin, U.S.

It's absurd to think George W. Bush single-handedly created divisiveness in the U.S. [Dec. 1]. He became President of a nation already divided by numerous issues—abortion, the death penalty, affirmative action, family values, marriage, national security, welfare, the environment, taxes and so forth. Bush naturally takes a position on each issue, just as every other citizen does. He cannot conceivably support all sides.
Anne-Marie Shaffer
Palm Coast,...

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