Description: NEWSFEED: 3/20/04, G.W.BUSH CAMPAIGN IN FLORIDA, PROTEST/VIGIL IN SPAIN, PROTEST MARCH IN U.S.; G.W.Bush speech, 'we can't take the word of a madman' how ironic...Bush says 'my opponent' so this must be campaign time ;Bush says his opponent didn't support war against Iraq...I guess he isn't talking about Kerry...; Bush makes joke about Iraqi elections (under Hussein)...Operation Iraqi Liberation a big success, the world is more free ;'My opponent..approves of bold actions...but only if other countries don't object...' (Boo! No kidding) ;' We will not stand for discrimination against people of faith!' So put those Roman lions & gladiators away ;'We will not stand for judges to undermine democracy by legislating from the bench...or...remake the values of America by court order'; Big applause...'We stand for a culture of responsibility in America...' tepid applause, there's a whiff of Libertarian in there ;Scary part where George says God pointed at him and said 'Don't let Me down.' Yes. The Almighty is depending on Bush. Piety ;'I will defend the security of America whatever it takes...'-' cause this is my United States of Whatever; Speech ends, yeah, Laura Bush pops up out of nowhere, Laura Bush is so hot, Bush ditches her & works room, shakes hands; Uh oh, a pacifist in the control room, freeze-frame of Bush waving with superimposed protesters ;Most likely Spain...anti-war protest: NX fairly generic crowd watching something, Pan people swaying to music, applauding; NX nice sea of people, crowd filling street, not too many handheld signs...some shots have people with signs, some don't; NX...the camera appears to be stuck on this one big banner being buoyed by big balloons, by Beneficent Bob; NX camera finally pans, flashing bar light on police car crawling thru crowd; Possibly San Francisco DX Aerial huge crowd in street, protest march, banners, anti-war protest ;
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