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As reelection is approaching there are several components that could make or break President Bush Everyone is watching every move Bush makes especially after 9-11 happened The Bush Administration claims to be looking out for our Nations security But there are many who question that Bushs foreign policy domestic agenda and economic planning are all going to play a role in this reelection However I feel that the economic planning will have the biggest part in all of this Bushs foreign policy is basically how we are handling disputes with other countries He wants to make sure that we have the UN approval before we jump into war with Iraq or any other country Bush also wants to stay on their good side too In hoping to prevent future terrorist attacks The domestic agenda is dealing with Iraq and other countries right now Bush wants to get UN approval before we push towards war So right now were waiting to see what is going to unfold I really feel that Bush is doing a good job dealing with all of this War is the last thing we want to resort to but if it comes to that then we will fight Bushs economic planning has a lot to do with our nations security After 9-11 many people began to question our countries capabilities The Bush Administration is trying to think up some new ways to protect us from future attacks For instance the ballistic finger-printing ID cards more scanners at the airports and so forth In closing I really feel that Bushs economic planning will be what reelects him The fact that they are coming up with new ideas to protect the US and also other countries shows that he is a true leader The idea for the ID cards and more security at the airports is a great way to protect us even if some of it is inconvenient Bush
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