A group of protesters held signs reading "Outsource Bush" and "Bush for Ex-President" outside a Cincinnati drug and alcohol-abuse rehabilitation center this afternoon. President Bush was visiting the Talbert House during a campaign stop. He planned to discuss strengthening American families by promoting traditional marriage and his support for community service programs. Some of the protesters were members of the Sierra Club, an environmental group. One of the members, Susan Knight, says Bush's policies are wrong for families. Two women were standing outside the house supporting Bush with anti-abortion signs. Colleen Nardini, of Cincinnati, says she was there because she supports the president's moral stance.