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Dodd Gets His Moment

That cheer you just heard came from Sen. Chris Dodd's (Conn.) campaign.

After spending much of the last several debates complaining that Dodd wasn't getting any chance to talk about the issue on which he is strongest, he just got a question posed directly to him on the environment and the need for sacrifices.

Dodd castigated his Democratic rivals for their lack of ingenuity on environmental fixes before touting his own corporate carbon tax and name-dropping former Vice President Al Gore's kind words for the plan.

"This is a major issue that requires a hardship," Dodd said -- offering a bit of tough love.

By washingtonpost.com Editors  |  October 30, 2007; 10:27 PM ET
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With Clinton holding a huge lead among Democrats in national opinion polls ahead of the November 2008 election, rivals Barack Obama, John Edwards, Chris Dodd, Bill Richardson and Joseph Biden all took turns aiming shots at the New York senator in hopes of bringing her back to the pack.

Who do you think won the Philadelphia NBC - MSNBC News Democratic Presidential Debate? ----> http://www.youpolls.com/details.asp?pid=842
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Posted by: PollM | October 30, 2007 11:15 PM | Report abuse

With Clinton holding a huge lead among Democrats in national opinion polls ahead of the November 2008 election, rivals Barack Obama, John Edwards, Chris Dodd, Bill Richardson and Joseph Biden all took turns aiming shots at the New York senator in hopes of bringing her back to the pack.

Who do you think won the Philadelphia NBC - MSNBC News Democratic Presidential Debate?
----> http://www.youpolls.com/details.asp?pid=842
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Posted by: PollM | October 30, 2007 11:07 PM | Report abuse

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