Daily Briefing: Bush Likes Her 'Salty, Cut-to-the-Chase Style'

Bush: "Amid all this violence, I know Americans ask the question: Is the sacrifice worth it? It is worth it, and it is vital to the future security of our country." [WP, NYT, WSJ, USAT]

Bush: "Iraq is the latest battlefield in this war" to "defend our freedom." [WP, NYT, WT]

Bush skipped over original rationale for the invasion. [WP]

Administration admits underestimating health care costs for returning troops; nearly $3b in additional funds needed. [WP, NYT]

Judicial Watch claims administration hid data that showed their guest worker program increased illegal immigration. [WP]

Senate, by vote of 85 to 12, passes energy bill. [WP, NYT]

Speech had minimal impact according to instant response poll. [USAT]

Disapproval of Bush's handling of Social Security at 63%, a new low, in Gallup poll. [USAT]

White House will create office to coordinate international intelligence operations. [WP]

All sides on mark with rapid response initiatives for Supreme Court nomination fight. [WP, USAT]

Republicans aid their big-business contributors with friendly legislation. [USAT]

Homeland Security Advisor Frances Fragos Townsend is liked by Bush for her "salty, cut-to-the-chase style." [NYT]


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