In Pennsylvania, Questions About War Erode a Traditional Republican AdvantageQuicklink submitted by Rob Kall Permalink
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|When Joe Sestak announced he was running for Congress, national Democrats and media consultants told him not to talk about pulling troops out of Iraq, arguing it would only encourage the image of Democrats as weak on national security.
Nine months later, having ignored their advice, Mr. Sestak has put a 20-year Republican incumbent on the run for the first time, turning a bid by a political novice into a real race.
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