October 19, 2012

Republicans Splitting on Afghanistan

Kevin Baron, The E-Ring

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Once decidedly hawkish, Republicans have grown more divided over whether to leave Afghanistan, according to a new poll released Friday that also shows Democrats overwhelmingly agree with President Obama’s timetable for exiting the war.

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