July 3, 2011

TPaw Adopting McCain-Graham Foreign Policy?

Andrew McCarthy, National Review

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Regrettably, though, Pawlenty's problem is not with his embracing incoherence but with your noticing that he's embracing incoherence.

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TAGGED: Republican Party, John McCain, Tim Pawlenty, 2012, Lindsey Graham

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