Bush, Kissinger urge Congress to pass CAFTA
Thankfully a Reuters cameraman was on hand to prove that a CAFTA picture is worth a million words:
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) greets former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger following his remarks about the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) in the Old Executive Building in Washington June 23, 2005. Supported by senior members of former administrations including Kissinger, Bush asked that congress ratify the CAFTA trade pact, which has languished in Congress since the president signed it in May 2004, to stimulate the growth of commerce between the U.S. and five nations in Central America along with the Dominican Republic. Photo by Jason Reed/Reuters
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