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February 25, 2004

Albany- General Wesley Clark spoke out against President Bush when he faced South Georgia voters Wednesday.

Clark spoke at Albany Technical College this afternoon. He says Bush is making mistakes with national security and foreign affairs, and he took the country's financial situation from surplus to a deficit. Clark says Kerry has military experience and can create jobs in America.

"What we're going to do, what he's going to do is cut off the incentives for companies to send jobs out, provide incentives for companies to create jobs here and invest in the right kinds of technology to build whole new industries in America, in energy and in the environment," he said.

Clark dropped out of the race a couple of weeks ago and endorsed Kerry.

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