Apr. 19, 2004: Senators Rick Santorum, left, Arlen Specter, right, and President George W. Bush raise their hands together before a speech by Bush at the David Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh.   
"On his 27th visit to Pennsylvania, a crucial state for his re-election hopes, President Bush sought votes for himself and for U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter in his renomination battle against conservative U.S. Rep. Pat Toomey."
Specter, who traveled to Pittsburgh with Bush on Air Force One along with U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum, basked in the presidential praise. “The image of the three of them, arms linked before the cheering crowd, is certain to become familiar to the state’s television viewers between now and now and next week’s primary.”
"I appreciate my friendship with Arlen Specter," the president said. "He’s been a friend for quite a while. I’m proud to campaign for him." He then added, "He’s a bit independent-minded sometime. But there’s nothing wrong with that." 
(Photo by John Beale, Post-Gazette)
— Mila Sanina

Apr. 19, 2004: Senators Rick Santorum, left, Arlen Specter, right, and President George W. Bush raise their hands together before a speech by Bush at the David Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown Pittsburgh.   

"On his 27th visit to Pennsylvania, a crucial state for his re-election hopes, President Bush sought votes for himself and for U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter in his renomination battle against conservative U.S. Rep. Pat Toomey."

Specter, who traveled to Pittsburgh with Bush on Air Force One along with U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum, basked in the presidential praise. “The image of the three of them, arms linked before the cheering crowd, is certain to become familiar to the state’s television viewers between now and now and next week’s primary.”

"I appreciate my friendship with Arlen Specter," the president said. "He’s been a friend for quite a while. I’m proud to campaign for him." He then added, "He’s a bit independent-minded sometime. But there’s nothing wrong with that." 

(Photo by John Beale, Post-Gazette)

— Mila Sanina