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US rendered less safe from terrorism, Kerry says

Cites Bush's foreign policy as the reason

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / September 10, 2006

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As he prepares for a possible second run for the presidency, Senator John F. Kerry asserted yesterday that President Bush's foreign policy has made the nation less safe from terrorist threats, and said he plans to travel around the country to rebut Republican attempts to paint Democrats as weak on national security. (Full article: 1059 words)

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