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Bush Legacy Tour

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Posted Nov 13, 2008

The Bush Legacy Map

It was a long, sometimes crazy journey. The pin points say it all. We traveled over 24,000 miles in 5 months. We visited 116 cities and made almost 150 stops. Thousands of people toured the bus and millions more saw the bus on the news.

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Posted Nov 11, 2008

Bush-Enablers

President Bush did not do it alone. He had the help of members of Congress all over the country. We visted many of their congressional offices with the bus and quite a few will no longer be serving.

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Posted Nov 05, 2008

Election Day on the Bush Legacy Bus

The last and final day of the tour was spent in Virginia and then to wrap things up, back in front of the White House.

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Bush's Sacrifice

This week President Bush revealed he had given up playing golf to honor the soldiers fighting in Iraq. Americans United for Change and the Bush Legacy Project examine that sacrifice in this new video.

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Bush's Sacrifice for the Troops

Watch this new video from Americans United for Change and the Bush Legacy Project - it looks at how President Bush is sacrificing golf for the troops!

http://www.americansunitedforchange.org/bushgolf

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We've reached the end of the road. Thanks for all your support!

Bush Legacy Tour

Click Here to Track the Bus
Posted Nov 13, 2008

The Bush Legacy Map

It was a long, sometimes crazy journey. The pin points say it all. We traveled over 24,000 miles in 5 months. We visited 116 cities and made almost 150 stops. Thousands of people toured the bus and millions more saw the bus on the news.

| Read More
Posted Nov 11, 2008

Bush-Enablers

President Bush did not do it alone. He had the help of members of Congress all over the country. We visted many of their congressional offices with the bus and quite a few will no longer be serving.

| Read More
Posted Nov 05, 2008

Election Day on the Bush Legacy Bus

The last and final day of the tour was spent in Virginia and then to wrap things up, back in front of the White House.

| Read More