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Who Cares About Candidates Stance On Russia?

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Who Cares About Candidates Stance On Russia?

Election 2008

Who Cares About Candidates Stance On Russia?

Who Cares About Candidates Stance On Russia?

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Both presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama have condemned Russia's invasion of Georgia. But how do their individual reactions reflect their campaigns? Alex Chadwick and Madeleine Brand talk to Slate.com political correspondent John Dickerson about whether the candidates' views on the conflict matter to voters.

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