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Edwards faults Clinton on foreign policy

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) -- Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards is accusing rival Hillary Clinton of a two-faced foreign policy. The former North Carolina senator is telling supporters in Iowa today Clinton has failed to do enough to stop what he says is President Bush's march to war with Iran. Edwards told a group at the University of Iowa today that Clinton is voting like a hawk in Washington, while talking like a dove in Iowa and New Hampshire. He says Clinton was wrong to vote in Congress to declare Iran's Revolutionary Guard a terrorist organization. He says the vote gives President Bush an excuse to threaten Iran and could lead to an attack on the country. Clinton has said she was voting for increased diplomacy in the area. (Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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What Would Edwards Do?

Why does the News think I would ever even care what Edwards would have, could have or should have done? Please WWAY, stop wasting all of our time with Edward's updates. Nobody, not even in his "home" state will vote for him.

The more I hear John Edwards speak....

...the more I believe that Sirhan Sirhan should be paroled.


While he is just plain 2 faced, period. The REAL Zippy!!

John Edward

The more that I hear Hillary or John speak the quick I move toward being and independant voter. God, what is wrong with the Democratic Party these days.

The Democratic Party has been hijacked..... dyed-in-the-wool Socialists who cannot stand any of the qualities that made this nation great. Most of them would choose Hugo Chavez, if he could run.... ....but don't feel alone. The last eight years of NSC incompetence in employing the military and Congress blowing money like drunken sailors has pushed me further toward the Libertarian Party.