A PRESIDENTIAL VISIT West Virginia University’s Woodburn Circle was awash in the Red, White and Blue for the Fourth of July as President George W. Bush paid a visit to talk about American patriotism and spirit. Around 5,000 came to WVU ’s downtown campus to hear Bush talk about the sacrifices American men and women have madeespecially West Virginiansin the ongoing war on terror and in wars past.”There were many chances to lose our heart, our nerve, or our way,”he said to roaring applause,”but Americans have always held firm, because we have always believed in certain truths: We know that the freedom we defend is meant for all men and women, and for all times.”Not everyone came to WVU on Independence Day to hear Bush speak. Hundreds demonstrated in front of Stewart Hall against the president and his policies. Monday’s July 4 visit was Bush’s third to the Mountain State for the holiday.