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September 7, 2004 3:00 AM

Campaigns trade barbs over each other's stands on Iraq

On the day when U.S. deaths in Iraq passed 1,000, Americas leading candidates for president and vice president excoriated each others positions on Iraq in unusually strong language. Of all the wrong choices that President Bush has made, the most catastrophic is the mess he has made in Iraq, Sen. John Kerry said in a town hall meeting here. This is his choice. He chose the date for the start of this war. He chose the moment and he chose for America to go it alone. And all of America is paying the price. Vice President Cheney took the dialogue to another level entirely when he suggested, in Des Moines, that if voters elect Kerry, they would invite another deadly terrorist attack.

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