Inside The Manhunt: War On Terrorism: The Meaning Of Spain

Did Islamic terrorism win the Spanish election? If you support the Iraq war and don't turn apoplectic when hearing the word Bush, you will nod vigorously and reach for your Spanish dictionary to look up appeasement. But if you hate both the war and the Bushies, you will argue thus: "A vast majority of Spaniards have always opposed their country's entanglement in Iraq. The vote merely expressed the will of the people." But this is a moot debate. Look at the issue from the terrorists' perspective. Having timed the bloodbath for the election, they scored beyond their wildest expectations. Spain is...

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