By Thomas Ferraro SEATTLE, May 26 (Reuters) - Democratic White House challenger John Kerry accused President George W. Bush on Wednesday of being more interested in election-year photo opportunities than providing funds to defend against another Sept. 11-type attack. Kerry used the new concerns this week about a possible attack on the United States before the November election to step up his criticism of Bush, who has hoped to make his war on terror a centerpiece of his re-election ...
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