Bernalillo, N.M. (May 13, 2003) -- President Bush started a two-day trip around the country Monday, seeking to rally support for his $550 billion tax cut plan now moving through Congress.

"The unemployment rate hit 6 percent," Bush told factory workers in Bernalillo, N.M. "That should serve as a warning signal for the reluctant members of the United States Congress that we need to hear the voices of those who are looking for work."

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