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  •  Bull. Rahm's been against the war since before (0+ / 0-)

    Murtha, if not always.

    He voted for Lynn Woolsey's withdrawal amendment way back in early 2005

    Join the College Kossacks on Facebook, or the Republicans win.

    by DemocraticLuntz on Thu Mar 29, 2007 at 03:14:43 PM PDT

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    •  Rahm has not been (3+ / 0-)
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      Rebecca, anna, Jim in Chicago

      a vocal opponent of the war.  Nor did he think it was a good idea to run against it in 2006.  In IL06, the DCCC ran ads claiming Roskam was "Too Extreme" -- not on the war, but on his positions on gun control, abortions, and book banning.  Book banning!  As if.  There were no anti-Iraq ads running, not even with Duckworth as the glorious wounded vet.  So all I have to say: one vote does not an anti-war representative make. Rahm is very good at one thing: having it both ways.

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