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Monday, March 22, 2004

Meanwhile, the Center for American Progress also offers documentation that supports Clarke's 'terrorism was not a White House priority pre-9/11' view -- although, to be fair, the White House can claim that the changes in the DoJ were part of their 'terrorism is a military problem, not a law enforcement problem' policy. Of course that policy doesn't necessarily require cutting anti-terrorism budgets in the DoJ, just increasing them elsewhere...

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