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Junkie: Iowa Edition

Junkie: Iowa Edition

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This week on the Political Junkie segment: one day after NPR's Democratic candidates debate in Iowa, a look back at what happened. And a look ahead to tomorrow's speech in Texas by Mitt Romney, who will address issues about faith — specifically, his Mormon faith, which has unnerved many southern Protestant/Evangelical voters. Skirmishes between Hillary and Obama; is Edwards back to his "nice guy" role of 2004? And more about the new intelligence report about Iran, and how it affects the campaign. And a new trivia question.