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Campaign 2008 / Democratic Debate / A Discussion #884312

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 31, 2008
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[In response to a question from Wolf Blitzer at the Democratic California debate, Senator Barack OBAMA, Hillary CLINTON - offer views on taxes and taxes before President Bush.]

(Los Angeles: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King, Bill Bennett and Roland Martin and Democratic strategist Donna Brazile about the debate. [TOOBIN - predicts we will hear more about their positions on Iraq.] [BERNSTEIN - says Hillary can show her stuff when she is not under attack; comments on the question about what will be former President Bill Clinton's role.] [GERGEN - says voters make decisions by trying to size up the person and Obama has the humor while Hillary pulled off some one-liners; notes the Clintons overplayed their hand in South Carolina.] [From Washington, BRAZILE - explains how Hillary says she would be in charge; notes each outlined how they would fix the economy.] Debate material: [CLINTON - comments on her "reasoned" positions on the reality of the war in Iraq after the credible argument from the administration that Iraq had a "lot of bad stuff".] [OBAMA - comments on the authorization to use military force in Iraq and the need to be "right on day one."]

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