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MISSING EXPLOSIVES IN IRAQ PUT OUR TROOPS' LIVES AT RISK

Didn't we invade Iraq to find and take control of weapons of mass destruction? When finding the military base in Al-Qaqaa, Iraq, where the United Nations reported seeing hundreds of tons of high explosives, why didn't someone take an inventory to find the explosives at that time? With the lives of thousands of U.S. troops in jeopardy, why is our administration now second-guessing the inspectors who saw the explosives just days before we got there?

After this blunder, how can President Bush criticize or even question any intelligent person about our nation's security and safety? He has had 18 months to find these explosives and three years to find Osama bin Ladin. I just hope bin Ladin didn't find the explosives.

John Crane

Hamburg

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