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Sunday, October 03, 2004

Politics Blog / The Washington Times INSIDER: "Well, the post-debate polling by Gallup gave us the answer Friday morning: When viewers were asked who could better handle the war in Iraq, Bush led Kerry by 54 percent to 43 percent. As to who is more trustworthy to handle the responsibilities of commander in chief of the military, Mr. Bush came out ahead again, 54 percent to 44 percent?

"In one of the most memorable remarks in the debate, Mr. Bush said, 'You can't lead troops in the war on terror if you keep changing your position on the war on terror.' That pretty much sums up Mr. Kerry's inherent weakness on the most paramount national security issue in this election. "
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