Bush, Kerry Sharpen Their Attacks over Iraq

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At a speech in Cincinnati, Sen. John Kerry sharply critiques President Bush's Iraq policy, saying a failure to plan had cost America too much in lives and money. The Bush campaign counters by accusing Kerry of wavering in his positions on Iraq. Hear NPR's Greg Allen.



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