From the Post Politics Hour
Every weekday, members of the Washington Post political team take your questions on politics. Here's a highlight from today's chat with Anne E. Kornblut:
Alexandria, Va.: How politically sensitive do you think Obama's recent comments about an invasion of Pakistan will make him? It seems that this could open up criticisms on both sides and have consequences during a larger campaign should he get the bid for president. Were his comments of any consequence, or more "I'm different and new" rhetoric?
washingtonpost.com: Obama Attacks Pakistan; Pakistan Retaliates (Post, Aug. 3)
Anne E. Kornblut: It seems to me that this is an open question -- and a really good one. Obama's remarks over the last week, first about rogue foreign leaders, then his speech on Pakistan, followed by the comments on nuclear weapons tomorrow, have all really given us a clearer picture of how he would act and what his world view would be as president. And his opponents are all over him -- a sure sign that they think at least some of what he has said has made him vulnerable.
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