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Albert Gore Jr (D) AT THE KITCHEN TABLE WITH AMERICA'S FAMILIES: BIG CHOICES ON THE ECONOMY
'I want to talk to families about the issues they talk about around the kitchen table every day...  (10/23/00)
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George W Bush (R) Governor Bush Rejects Fear, Embraces Reform
Show of force -- and of leadership -- as tour launches.   (10/23/00)
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Patrick Buchanan A New Party For The New Millennium  (10/23/00)

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Question: Doesn't 'tax surplus' mean taxpayers were overcharged? If so, shouldn't we get 100% of it back? If you go shopping and get shortchanged, do you let the store keep it to spend on improvements? Submitted from Michael of Elko, Nevada through MSNBC.com (10/23/00)

Albert Gore Jr Prosperity For All: Paying Down Our Debt
Although responsible fiscal policies and the hard work of the American people have helped produce record surpluses,
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George W. Bush Americans Should Get Their Money Back
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