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Clinton slams Bush, McCain on Iraq war

'They both want to keep us tied to another country's civil war, a war we cannot win,' Hillary Clinton said of President Bush and John McCain in a speech at George Washington University. "They both want to keep us tied to another country's civil war, a war we cannot win," Hillary Clinton said of President Bush and John McCain in a speech at George Washington University. (Charles Dharapak/Associated Press)
Globe Staff And Associated Press / March 18, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Hillary Clinton, marking the fifth anniversary of the start of the Iraq war, yesterday assailed both her presidential rivals, saying that Republican nominee-in-waiting John McCain would gladly take the baton from President Bush on a failed policy and that Democrat Barack Obama did not follow up his antiwar words with action. (Full article: 589 words)

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