McCain, Obama Spar Over Georgia Conflict John McCain and Barack Obama play presidential politics, as Russia invades the neighboring Republic of Georgia. Plus, e-mail uncovered by The Atlantic Magazine show infighting and controversial strategies inside Hillary Clinton's failed presidential campaign.
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McCain, Obama Spar Over Georgia Conflict

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John McCain and Barack Obama play presidential politics, as Russia invades the neighboring Republic of Georgia.

Plus, we take a closer look at Republicans who say Obama is their choice for president.

And e-mail uncovered by The Atlantic Magazine show infighting and controversial strategies inside Hillary Clinton's failed presidential campaign.

Joining in the conversation are Robert George, editorial writer for the New York Post, and Democratic strategist Donna Brazile.