A Conversation with Sen. Ted Kennedy President Bush strongly defended his handling of the Iraq war on Tuesday in response to mounting criticism from Congress and the American people. But Sen. Edward "Ted" Kennedy (D-MA) called the war an "intractable quagmire" at a recent armed services committee hearing. Kennedy joins host Ed Gordon to discuss Iraq, his new immigration reform bill, and the Voting Rights Act.
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A Conversation with Sen. Ted Kennedy

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A Conversation with Sen. Ted Kennedy

A Conversation with Sen. Ted Kennedy

A Conversation with Sen. Ted Kennedy

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President Bush strongly defended his handling of the Iraq war on Tuesday in response to mounting criticism from Congress and the American people. But Sen. Edward "Ted" Kennedy (D-MA) called the war an "intractable quagmire" at a recent armed services committee hearing. Kennedy joins host Ed Gordon to discuss Iraq, his new immigration reform bill, and the Voting Rights Act.