How They Did It: Political Tactics That Helped Obama Win a Second Term…
While the military is constantly adjusting its tactics to deal with roadside explosives, suicide bombers and other attacks in Iraq, diplomatic efforts to address the root of the violence are evolving as well.
By PBS NewsHour
Political analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks analyze the continuing troubles in Iraq and their effect on midterm elections, poll numbers that show public disapproval with Congress, and Democratic Illinois Sen. Barack Obama's potential presidential run in 2008.
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