Democratic Reaction to Bush's Iraq Plan Some Democrats on Capitol Hill are pledging to block funding for President Bush's plan to send additional troops to Iraq. But others in the party say such a move would break faith with the troops serving there. One Democrat delivers his take.
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Democratic Reaction to Bush's Iraq Plan

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Democratic Reaction to Bush's Iraq Plan

Democratic Reaction to Bush's Iraq Plan

Democratic Reaction to Bush's Iraq Plan

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Some Democrats on Capitol Hill are pledging to block funding for President Bush's plan to send additional troops to Iraq. But others in the party say such a move would break faith with the troops serving there. Rep. Jim Moran (D-VA) talks with Alex Chadwick about how his party should respond to the president's new strategy.