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Novak Attacks Bush

via Americablog Today's papers suggest that Bush and Frist are both getting cold feet on on the Gay-Bashing Amendment to the US Constitution. First,

via Americablog
Today's papers suggest that Bush and Frist are both getting cold feet on on the Gay-Bashing Amendment to the US Constitution. First, Bob Novak slams the president for all sorts of not-family-values policy decisions in DC, including his announcement he isn't going to push for the Gay-Bashing Amendment this term (forget the fact that he ran on it during his re-election). Then Frist refuses to include the amendment in the Top 10 list of GOP congressional priorities for this congress, just released today.

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