Bush campaigns in Iowa, Missouri; Daughter sticks tongue out
For one of the Bush twins, campaigning may not be as much fun as it seems. President Bush was joined on the campaign trail by his daughters, Jenna and Barbara, for the first time. They went with Bush to Cedar Rapids, Iowa and then later to suburban St. Louis.
At the airport in St. Louis, Jenna Bush stuck out her tongue at news photographers. Her dad had pointed criticism for rival John Kerry. While Bush said he had "too much good to talk about," he did work in a few Kerry digs. He portrayed the Massachusetts senator as a tax-and-spend politician who has "promised about two trillion dollars of new spending."