President Bush wages PR campaign

WASHINGTON: President Bush has waged a self-described PR campaign to muster support for his dollars 1.6 trillion dollar tax-cut proposal, but others are mounting campaigns of their own. Business coalitions, such as the US Chamber of Commerce, are fighting to win tax breaks for the business community, something the current legislation lacks Meanwhile, several issue-advocacy organizations, including the Club for Growth and Citizens for Government Waste, are fighting to decrease the size of the cut. Bush's tactics included visiting small businesses and playing host to a reunion of the so-called 'tax-cut families' he highlighted throughout his Election campaign.

WASHINGTON: President Bush has waged a self-described PR campaign to muster support for his dollars 1.6 trillion dollar tax-cut proposal, but others are mounting campaigns of their own. Business coalitions, such as the US Chamber of Commerce, are fighting to win tax breaks for the business community, something the current legislation lacks Meanwhile, several issue-advocacy organizations, including the Club for Growth and Citizens for Government Waste, are fighting to decrease the size of the cut. Bush's tactics included visiting small businesses and playing host to a reunion of the so-called 'tax-cut families' he highlighted throughout his Election campaign.

WASHINGTON: President Bush has waged a self-described PR campaign to muster support for his dollars 1.6 trillion dollar tax-cut proposal, but others are mounting campaigns of their own. Business coalitions, such as the US Chamber of Commerce, are fighting to win tax breaks for the business community, something the current legislation lacks Meanwhile, several issue-advocacy organizations, including the Club for Growth and Citizens for Government Waste, are fighting to decrease the size of the cut. Bush's tactics included visiting small businesses and playing host to a reunion of the so-called 'tax-cut families' he highlighted throughout his Election campaign.



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