On Monday, however, Al Gore decided to speak out, and did so forcefully. He told an audience in San Francisco that last year's terrorist attacks had not yet been avenged and that Mr Bush's policy on Iraq would make it more difficult to punish those who were responsible. His key words were these: It is impossible to succeed against terrorism unless we have secured the continuing, sustained cooperation of many nations, but our ability to secure that kind of multilateral cooperation in the war against terrorism can be severely damaged in the way we go about undertaking unilateral action against Iraq. Predictably, the Republican Party said Gore's criticism was an early shot in a campaign to get the Democratic nomination for the presidency in 2004. It did not sound like that. It sounded like a warning shot about current US policies from a man who spent eight years in the White House as VicePresident.
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