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Fixing Blame

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Submitted by Blackspeare (United States), May 14, 2006 at 10:18

I don't usually reply to comments on my comments because enough said, but one item you mentioned deserves response. You indicated, "You blame Clinton?" and the answer is I blame Clinton more than Bush. Bush inherited the problem from the Clinton administration.

The attack on the WTC in 1993, along with other incidents, was part of the same terrorist conspiracy and if the FBI had done it's job or had been allowed to do it's job, then perhaps 9/11 might have been avoided.

I know some of my comments are over the top, but I do that to elicit discussion.

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