By Thomas Ferraro PORTLAND, Ore., May 25 (Reuters) - Democratic White House hopeful John Kerry pumped his plans for energy independence on Tuesday as he sought to cash in on President George W. Bush's slumping approval ratings. A day after Bush delivered a national address to try to reassure Americans about his policies in war-torn Iraq, Kerry headed to a bus depot in Portland, Oregon, and focused on a major domestic concern, the soaring price of gasoline. "When gas hits $2 a gallon, ...
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