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  • Who's Right On Iraq Now?

    On last night’s “Anderson Cooper 360,” Brookings Institution Senior Fellow Michael O’Hanlon said:

    Well, certainly, if you want to look at the last year, things have gotten far better in Iraq, and I think it’s pretty hard to escape the conclusion that Senator McCain has been much more accurate in the way he’s been talking about the progress from the surge than either Senator Obama or Senator Clinton.

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1umkq4nGPbo[/youtube]

    CNN corrspondant Tom Foreman then added: “O’Hanlon, by the way, supports Clinton.”

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