GORE STAYS ON OFFENSIVE
BUSH VISITS BATTLEGROUNDS
Vice President Al Gore charged Gov. George Bush's Social Security pla does not add up. “don't use fuzzy math!”, Gore was so confident he did well in Tuesday night's debate the he asked permission to re-air the forum in key battleground states. Bush spent the day in two such states, Wisconsin and Michigan. “I'm here to remind you that grass roots politics is going to make a big difference”, he told a rally in Eau Claire. Bush also planned to visit Florida for two days next week.
Add up: true, reasonable
Fuzzy: faint, not clear
Invoke: to take as an example, to cite
Rally: crowd of people
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Vice President Al Gore criticized Governor George Bush's social security plan as unreasonable. “Don't use unclear math,” Mr. Gore declared, citing the phrase Mr. Bush used against him. Mr. Gore is so confident that he did well in the debate on Tuesday that he asked for permission to re-air this forum in the remaining key states in a tie. Mr. Bush spent the whole day in two states, Wisconsin and Michigan. “I come here to remind you that such demagoguery will make a big difference,” he told a crowd gathered in Eau Claire. Mr. Bush also plans to visit Florida for two days next week.
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