By Adam Entous APPLETON, Wis., March 30 (Reuters) - President George W. Bush accused Democrat John Kerry on Tuesday of trying to increase gasoline taxes and warned of "damaging" consequences to the economy with prices already at a record high. With an election-year battle brewing over prices at the gas pump, Bush launched a preemptive strike against Kerry's plan to reduce fuel costs, while defending his trade policies and warning, "Tax and spend is the enemy of job creation." "We don't ...
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