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NPR's Swing Voter on Iraq

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NPR's Swing Voter on Iraq

NPR's Swing Voter on Iraq

NPR's Swing Voter on Iraq

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This is the second in a series of chats with NPR commentator John Ridley, an undecided voter. NPR's Renee Montagne asks him what he thinks about the two major candidates' plans for Iraq, whether he has changed his views, and why he has donated money to both sides of the aisle.

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