Sunday, February 5, 2006

President Bush's Weekly Radio Address

The White House has taken their time posting the President's January 28 radio address in MP3 format, but it's finally available. Therefore, I am posting both this week's radio address and last week's together, to get things back up to date. Sorry for the delay.


January 28, 2006:
In his weekly radio address President Bush said, "The Senate has a constitutional responsibility to hold an up-or-down vote on Judge Alito's nomination. Throughout its 216-year history, the Senate has held an up-or-down vote on every Supreme Court nominee with majority Senate support. Judge Alito has demonstrated that he is eminently qualified to serve on our nation's highest court, and America is fortunate to have a man of his integrity and intellect willing to serve."
February 4, 2006:
In his weekly radio address President Bush said, "The American Competitiveness Initiative will help our nation remain the world's economic leader. By investing in research and development, unleashing the innovative spirit of America's entrepreneurs, and making sure that our economy has workers highly skilled in math and science, we will lay the foundation for lasting economic prosperity.

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