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Voices: What Should President-Elect Bush Say in His Inaugural Speech?Aired January 19, 2001 - 4:35 p.m. ET
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JOIE CHEN, CNN ANCHOR: Our CNN "Voices" today has an inaugural theme. The question is: What do you want to hear George W. Bush say during his inaugural speech tomorrow?
MATT THOMAS, NEW YORK: I'd like to hear that he's going to come through on the promises he's made to try to bring the country together. I don't think that's really been shown to be a case yet.
SUZANNA BORCUNCU (ph), POLAND: That abortion WILL still be legal.
LAURA RIPPY, TEXAS: I think he should reach out to the Democrats and extend a hand to minorities and to women.
JOHN BRINKS, COVINGTON, GA.: Get a common agreement on what the government priorities ought to be.
IMANI ODELIA, ATLANTA, GA,: What can he do better than any other president to improve our school systems.
NANCY ROBINSON, SANDERSVILLE, GA.: I hope that he continues with his promise to stay out other countries unless it's necessary.
LEIGH OSTROWSKI, BOSTON, MA.: That he's going to promise that the country is not going to go into recession.
BRUCE HUNTER, ROME, GA.: That he is not going to get tempted to spend too much of the surplus.
DAVE NOLL, NEW JERSEY: He did a recount on his own, and he realized that Gore did indeed get more of the votes and he's going to step down.
PATTY HOFFMAN, NEW JERSEY: Something new, other than we're going to be a unified, you know, country. Just something different.
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