Description: DVD NEWSFEED 1/16/04,GW BUSH'S SPEECH TO ATLANTA CONSTITUTES, POSING FOR PHOTOS, SHAKING HANDS, DE-PLANE AIR FORCE ONE; INT Sen. Zale Miller speaks @ podium, Miller, a democrat, praises Bush & vows to campaign for his re-election;INT Miller introduces Bush to podium, Bush thanks his local (Georgian) constituents & vows re-election; INT Bush give updates on war in Afghanistan & Iraq, mentions how his tax relief program is working; INT Bush discusses his No Child Left Behind act, segueways into Homeland Security developments & his heath care bill; INT Bush throws compliments to Dick Cheney, vows that the US will not stop until threat of terrorism is removed; INT Bush vows we will never give in to 'thugs & assassins', gets huge applause; INT 'Freedom is not America's gift to the world....it's the almighty God's gift to the world' (he says this all the time!);INT Bush move to discussing medical relief in Africa, then gets into domestic issues such as jobs & medicare; INT Bush speaks out against frivolous medical lawsuits, discusses energy plans enabling the US not to rely on other countries;INT Bush speaks in support of faith based programs & for less government wraps up speech, waves, shakes hand of supporters; INT more of Bush shanking hands & posing for photographs, this goes on for a while; INT finally, Bush leaves, but the camera lingers on the curtain as if he's going do an encore (ain't going happen); INT GW Bush's speech obviously had an effect on one man who is being assisted by EMS workers on a gurney; NX EXT Air Force One taxis on runway, ramp drives up to plane, doors open, Bush waves, walks down ramp, boards Marine One; NX EXT Marine One's blades begin to move, chopper taxis, takes off; DUSK EXT aerial apt building on fire, aerial firetrucks;
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