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Tue, Feb. 12 2013 11:55 AM EDT

Should Democrats Always Lead During War? Part Two

By Jonathan S. Tobin
As I wrote in part one of this series, liberal hypocrisy about the anti-terror policies of the George W. Bush and Obama administrations has made clear that partisan affiliation seems to play a large role in the way Americans think about the wars the country has become embroiled in over the last half century. Just as anti-war sentiment about Vietnam mushroomed after Richard Nixon replaced Lyndon Johnson in the White house, it evaporated about the war on terror when Obama replaced Bush. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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