Why Some Love to Hate Clinton, McCain Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. John McCain are facing harsh criticism along the campaign trail, with some of the disapproval bordering on hateful. A roundtable of political analysts discusses why some people love to hate Clinton and McCain.
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Why Some Love to Hate Clinton, McCain

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Why Some Love to Hate Clinton, McCain

Why Some Love to Hate Clinton, McCain

Why Some Love to Hate Clinton, McCain

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Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton and Republican Sen. John McCain are facing harsh criticism related to their candidacy for president, with some of the disapproval bordering on hateful.

Janice Crouse, of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, a think tank run by Concerned Women for America is joined by Robin Morgan, of The Women's Media Center, and Andy Kohut, of the Pew Research Center for the People, to discuss why some people love to hate Clinton and McCain.