Would McCain Rather Win an Election Than Catch bin Laden? 

The presidential race is starting to turn nasty -- at least on one side. John McCain said last week that opponent Barack Obama was willing to "lose a war in order to win a campaign." McCain also ran an ad falsely claiming that Obama canceled a meeting with wounded vets in Germany because "cameras weren't allowed ...

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