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McCain hits rival sharply on Iraq

Speculation grows about Romney

Senator John McCain appeared at a town hall meeting yesterday at the Opera House in Rochester, N.H. He said his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, 'would rather lose a war in order to win a campaign.' Senator John McCain appeared at a town hall meeting yesterday at the Opera House in Rochester, N.H. He said his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, "would rather lose a war in order to win a campaign." (Mark Wilson/Globe Staff)
By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / July 23, 2008

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ROCHESTER, N.H. - Senator John McCain yesterday launched one of his toughest attacks yet on Senator Barack Obama, saying his Democratic rival "would rather lose a war in order to win a campaign," and intensified speculation that he could name a running mate soon, heaping more praise on former rival Mitt Romney. (Full article: 951 words)

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