Bush hits Russia on 'bulling and intimidation'

President George W. Bush is demanding that Russia get out of Georgia and says the people there have cast their lot with the free world and "we will not cast them aside." In a statement Friday at the White House, Bush said the Cold War is over and that a contentious relationship with the United States is not in Russia's interests. He said that "bullying and intimidation are not acceptable ways to conduct foreign policy in the 21st century." The president said that Russia has damaged its relationships with other countries.