Let's also not forget that Bush pledged to bring Osama bin Laden to justice, and hasn't even mentioned his name for...how long is it, now? (It'll be an interesting change in the months ahead not hearing Bush mouth off about Saddam every other day, if and when he fails to turn up...)
Frankly, I care less about Saddam than Osama (not to be confused with giving Saddam a free pass--although if he escaped Iraq, it's likely someone did). If Saddam is apprehended, great, but if he slinks out of Iraq to the Crimea or Syria or Argentina or wherever, he'll never rule Iraq again; I wouldn't doubt that justice would catch up to him eventually.
But Osama bin Laden is guilty of the murder of 3,000 or so American citizens; men, women, and children. While it's true that the fight against terrorism is about more than one man, that does not at all excuse the Bush Administration's conspicuous failure to apprehend this criminal. Finding bin Laden -- or his body -- is a matter of justice as much as it is security, and Bush has failed at both.
On every day of the GOP convention in which Bush seeks to derive political advantage (as in the political clout to pass the odious Patriot II act) from a terrorist act that occurred on Bush's watch due to his own sheer incompetence, in a city whose economic struggles and security efforts Bush balks at aiding, the Democrats should remind the American public that among Bush's broken promises is his failure to bring the man responsible to justice.