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Following my Sept. 28 post, “TRIA Renewal A No-Brainer,” I drew a rebuke from one reader who challenged my use of quote marks around the “war” on terrorism. I meant no offense, but sought only to point out the hypocrisy of the Bush White House, which wants to have it both ways on the matter. If this is truly a “war” on terrorism, then the WTC destruction should not have been covered by policies containing standard acts of war exclusions–except for workers’ comp–right? And wouldn’t the debate over TRIA be moot, since all such future losses would be excluded? What do you folks think about that?

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