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McCain: Hillary Not Tough Enough to Be President
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Speaking to bloggers from Iowa on his "No Surrender Tour," John McCain had the following to say about Hillary Clinton:

 "Sen. Clinton said that Gen. Petraeus's statistics 'willingly suspend disbelief.' I think it willingly suspends disbelief to not repudiate a advertisement run by a radical left-wing organization that impugns and dishonors the integrity of a man who has served his nation with dedication all of his life. And if you're not tough enough to repudiate a scurrilous, outrageous attack such as that, then I don't know how you're tough enough to be President of the United States."

McCain also pointed out that as a matter of consistency, he criticized attack ads against John Kerry and Max Cleland's military service.

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