It's All Politics, Sept. 13, 2012

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Protesters outside the U.S. embassy in Tunis burn an American flag bearing a portrait of Marilyn Monroe during a demonstration Wednesday against a film deemed offensive to Islam.
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In an election that's supposed to be about the economy, tragic deaths overseas push foreign policy onto the political stage in the race between Mitt Romney and President Obama. While Romney seems to have lost the initial battle, questions remain about the administration's Middle East goals.

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