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President Bush won rousing cheers from both parties during his State of the Union address for the war on terrorism, but faced doubts among many Democrats about his domestic priorities. Leon Panetta, the former White House Chief of Staff under President Clinton, questioned whether Bush can bring the same amount of unity to domestic issues he has brought to the war on terrorism. After the president's State of the Union address, many people weighed in with their opinions of the speech. Why did Mr. Panetta most likely make this comment?

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    He belongs to neither party. He is a Republican. He is a Democrat. He is opposed to the war on terrorism.

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