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Washington Post opinion editor Fred Hiatt was online today to answer questions about the 2008 election, the conventions and the launch of PostPartisan.

Want to know what he thinks about Obama's position on Iraq? Whether a candidate's appearance matters? The characterization of the Washington Post editorial board as neoconservative? The future of print newspapers?

Here's the transcript.

By Fred Hiatt  | August 25, 2008; 1:00 PM ET
Categories:  Hiatt  | Tags:  Fred Hiatt  
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Sorry we failed you, Hillary. We should had worked harder - we should had worked smarter. Now we must accept Obama (the modern JFK) as our Commander-In-Chief, tutored by Biden (our new Dick Cheney) ... then again, perhaps not ... and I do approve this message.

Posted by: Louie | August 25, 2008 7:06 PM | Report abuse

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