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Biden calls latest attacks on Obama dangerous

Says McCain campaign is inciting anger

Barack Obama stumped in Indianapolis yesterday, while running mate Joe Biden, in Tampa, criticized the latest round of attacks from the McCain campaign. Barack Obama stumped in Indianapolis yesterday, while running mate Joe Biden, in Tampa, criticized the latest round of attacks from the McCain campaign. (Stan Honda/ AFP/ Getty Images)
By Foon Rhee
Globe Staff / October 9, 2008

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As John McCain presses his attack on Barack Obama as a mysterious, risky candidate with ties to unseemly characters, Democratic vice presidential candidate Joe Biden laid down a marker yesterday, warning that such criticism is inciting dangerous anger among some McCain backers. (Full article: 926 words)

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