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McCain's Foreign Policy Speech

Is airing now, but he's got a good line in already.

"I detest war, it might not be the worst thing to befall human beings, but it is wretched beyond all description."
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Update: Here's my story on the speech. I'm glad McCain stressed how much he loathes war, partially based on his POW experience, to combat the MoveOn.org crowd's media offensive to paint him as a war monger lusting for 100 years more of war.

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