Mark Davis

former speechwriter for President Bush, Sr

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Mark Davis on KCRW

With his own polls at historic lows because of Iraq, the White House says George W. Bush will act "boldly" for the remaining two years of his presidency.

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With his own polls at historic lows because of Iraq, the White House says George W. Bush will act "boldly" for the remaining two years of his presidency.

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