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So who really cares..........

....IF, and if so, when or by whom, or how much, white powder was
removed from an ammunition bunker in Iraq, during the heat of battle.
White powder that was referred to as HMX and RDX by the technical
guys from the UN, and commonly known and referred to as PLASTIC
by the working class.

The actual amount of explosives that supposedly were in that bunker
are in question, and the records of the US Army unit that removed
stuff refers to the removal of ...plastic... explosives, who will ever really
know if anything is really missing, and who cares.

Because John Kerry "just happens" to scream and holler about something
on any given day certainly doesn't make it fact. He will screach and wave
his arms around and accuse President Bush of everything that he can think
of, that's his nature. And if he thinks it will help him win an election, well now,
truth or fact be damned.

It won't make a bit of difference to anyone, including Kerry, in three more days.

In the meantime, we'll continue to read the reports from various sources, such
as: http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Oct2004/n10292004_2004102904.html

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