President Bush was generous with his time and empassioned in his arguments this afternoon in his address to the National Association of Manufacturers in Washington. We’ll have more on his comments later today, but suffice it to say, we welcomed the persuasive, powerful case he made for strengthening America’s manufacturing economy and with it, the entire U.S. economy. He hit all the right points, all the right priorities: tax relief, education reform, advanced technology, energy security, consumer-driven health care, and lowering barriers to trade.
The White House has the text of his remarks available here.
Our news release highlighting his visit is on the NAM website here.
For news photos of his visit, please go here.
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