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I find this whole claim of the terrorists having won in Spain rather flawed if not entirely absurd, certainly the bomb blasts in Madrid influenced the populace in the way it voted but to assert that it was only Aznar's government that could have somehow protected Spain from terrorism is plain wrong. It was during Aznar's administration that the attacks were carried out, so if there is anyone to share the blame for that dastardly attack, it's the government that is going out. A majority of Spain's population was against their country's involvement in the war in Iraq, and justly so, now when they have gone and exercised their franchise it is nothing short of trivializing the democratic process when the conservative pundits claim the voting results are merely the result of the terrorist attack. Zack weighs in with a longer post.

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