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With port pact, Democrats turn tables

Bush now accused of showing weakness on national security

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / February 28, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- The proposal to allow a Dubai firm to manage six US ports has brought a striking reversal of roles in the politics of terrorism: Suddenly, Democrats are using insinuations and accusations to suggest that the Bush administration is being weak on security, while President Bush and allies are urging critics against assuming guilt by association. (Full article: 956 words)

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