HAMPTON, N.H. June 8
"Twenty-one million Americans don't get anything under the Bush tax relief plan," he said, comparing Bush's economic policy to Sammy Sosa's cork-filled bat.
"It looks real at first and then it turns out to be fake, and you can only use it for so long," he said.
"I bring the ability to be strong and right at the same time," he said.
He reiterated his health care plan, his environmental record, and his commitment to campaign finance reform. But he spent much of his time talking about foreign relations.
He said the war on terrorism is an intelligence operation.
"We cannot let George W. Bush continue to fake it to this country and pretend this is a military maneuver," he said.