HUDSON, N.H. (AP) -- Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards is questioning the sincerity of rival Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton on her vote to declare the Iranian Revolutionary Guard a terrorist organization. Some of her rivals argue it amounted to giving Bush another blank check to go to war. At several stops today in New Hampshire, Edwards referred to a New York Times column. The column cited unidentified Clinton supporters who say she voted for the resolution in part because she already has shifted from so-called "primary mode," when she must appeal to liberals, to "general election" mode, when she must find broader support. Edwards said voters need to be able to trust both a presidential candidate and a president of the United States. A Clinton spokeswoman responded by noting that when he ran for president in 2004, Edwards said he would not be the candidate to attack other Democrats. (Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
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