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Conor Friedersdorf (The AtlanticMeeting Triumph and Disaster) and John Tabin (The Weekly StandardThe American Spectator)

Conor talks to John Tabin about the 2012 presidential race. Was it fair that the British press tore into Romney? Conor wants to know how Romney’s foreign policy would differ from Obama’s. John explains what he didn’t like about the intervention in Libya. Why do so many strict constructionists support unconstitutional wars? Shifting to domestic issues, Conor and John applaud liberal journalists for their principled stance on Chick-fil-A. They close by discussing the prospects of third parties.

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Recorded:Jul 28    Posted:Jul 29, 2012
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Friedersdorf | Jul 29, 2012 | Conor Friedersdorf & John Tabin

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