Democrats haunted by national security

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• “They see Democrats following public opinion, rather than adhering to a consistent, principled view of the country’s best interests.”

In an interview with The Washington Times, Brookings Institution’s national security analyst Michael O’Hanlon maintained that “on one level the Democrats don’t have to win a gold medal” on each of these issues.

“They do need to be seen as competent and credible, and even more important, what the country needs is less partisanship on national security, period.”

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Donald Lambro

Donald Lambro

Donald Lambro is the chief political correspondent for The Washington Times, the author of five books and a nationally syndicated columnist. His twice-weekly United Feature Syndicate column appears in newspapers across the country, including The Washington Times. He received the Warren Brookes Award For Excellence In Journalism in 1995 and in that same year was the host and co-writer of ...

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