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Where the Republicans Stand on Iraq

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Following up on my story on the Democrats and Iraq, I have a story on where the Republican candidates stand on the war. Basically, Ron Paul is against the war, Rudy Giuliani and John McCain want to keep it going forever and there's no telling where Mitt Romney stands.

Watch this clip where John McCain says he wants to keep the US in Iraq "for 100 years."

 

 

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Pacifica radio network reporter Aaron Glantz is author of the new book "How America Lost Iraq" (Tarcher/Penguin). More information at www.warcomeshome.org

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