As for the protests around the world by millions of people opposed to war with Iraq, Bush said they were irrelevant to his duty to protect America.
"Size of protest, it's like deciding, 'Well I'm going to decide policy based up on a focus group.' The role of a leader is to decide policy based upon the security - in this case - security of the people," he said.
"Democracy is a beautiful thing, and that people are allowed to express their opinion," he said.
look ma, we're irrelevant!
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