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  • Democrats mostly pleased but give no credit to Bush

    12/14/2003 8:34:19 AM PST · by BJungNan · 58 replies · 562+ views
    GoGov ^ | SFGate
    Democratic presidential candidates welcomed news Sunday of Saddam Hussein's capture, saying the arrest of Iraq's former dictator marked a great day for U.S. soldiers, the people of Iraq and of the world. "I supported this effort in Iraq without regard for the political consequences because it was the right thing to do," Missouri Rep. Dick Gephardt said in a statement from Sumter, S.C., where he was campaigning. "I still feel that way now, and today is a major step toward stabilizing Iraq and building a new democracy." Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, who supported the Iraq war but has become increasingly...