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Why the Outrage?

It's hard to explain the outrage generated by John McCain truthfully stating that some in Hamas are openly advocating the election of Barack Obama.  Doesn't that force the question of why, exactly, Hamas (or some in it) have chosen sides?
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If the Ku Klux Klan were talking up a McCain victory, wouldn't that be deemed relevant? So why not this?

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