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Iraq Politics Shifting in South Carolina

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Iraq Politics Shifting in South Carolina

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Iraq Politics Shifting in South Carolina

Iraq Politics Shifting in South Carolina

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A number of House Republicans broke GOP ranks and supported the Democrat-led Iraq resolution Friday. One of those congressmen was Rep. Bob Inglis of South Carolina.

Debbie Elliott talks with political columnist Lee Bandy of The State newspaper in Columbia, S.C., about how Inglis' vote was received back home.