Why Bush Isn't A Shoo-In

I understand there's been some activity in the state of New Hampshire recently," President Bush said last week, parachuting into the Granite State two days after the Democratic primary. His carefully scrubbed visit to the Fidelity Investments office in Merrimack had been planned for weeks. It was billed as a conversation with the President about the state of the economy, but there wasn't much actual conversing going on, just a series of testimonials from selected employees about the glories of the Bush tax cuts. Compared with the bracing, scruffy spontaneity of the primary, this seemed a Madame Tussaud's waxworks version of...

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