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The War In Iraq

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Kuwait Deploys Troop
Bush Offers Taxpayers Another $300If We Go To War
Bush Bravely Leads 3rd Infantry Into Battle
Dead Iraqi Would Have Loved Democracy
U.S. Takes Out Key Iraqi Bases In Midnight Raid
Bush Thought War Would Be Over By Now
137 More Oil Wells Liberated For Democracy
Area Man Supports The TroopsHe Didn't Go To High School With
New Fox Reality ShowTo Determine Ruler Of Iraq
Christmas Brought To Iraq By Force
Christmas Brought To Iraq By Force
U.S. To Give Every Iraqi $3,544.91,Let Free-Market Capitalism Do The Rest
U.S. To Give Every Iraqi $3,544.91,Let Free-Market Capitalism Do The Rest
Saddam Hussein Rules Over Cell With Iron Fist
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