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Rand Beers, former anti-terrorism adviser to President George W. Bush, and now John Kerry's homeland security adviser. He said the
administration is "underestimating the enemy;" has failed to address
terrorism's root causes; and that difficult, long-term issues at home
and abroad have been avoided, neglected or shortchanged and generally
under-funded. The Iraq war created fissures in U.S. counterterrorism
alliances, he added, and could breed a new generation of al Qaeda
recruits. Source: "Former Aide Takes Aim at War on Terror," Washington
Post, June 16, 2003.
Doug Bereuter, retiring Republican Nebraska congressman who broke ranks with his party, reversed his earlier stance, saying the military strike against Iraq is a "mistake," and blasted a "massive failure" of intelligence before the war. Source: "Retiring GOP congressman breaks ranks on Iraq," CNN, Aug. 18, 2004