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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Wednesday, March 17, 2004
So Iraq is part of the war on terror: Former Vermont Gov. Howard "Yaaaargh!" Dean says that last Friday's Madrid bombings are President Bush's fault. No, Dean is not (quite) blaming Bush for actually planting the bombs -- Bush was in the United States at the time -- but that the war to topple Saddam Hussein (and Spain's support of that war) was the primary factor in the terrorist attack.

Sen. John Kerry, who gave an inane and deceitful speech today, said that he doesn't share Dean's view that President Bush is responsible for the Madrid bombings.

Why? Well, because al Qaeda and its supporters are sending forces into Iraq to fight the Americans. If the certain members of the Democrat Party believe the war in Iraq was part and parcel of the war on terrorism -- al Qaeda obviously disagrees.

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