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GRAPHIC: Most Common Words At CNN Debate: ‘War,’ And ‘Israel’

By Ali Gharib

"GRAPHIC: Most Common Words At CNN Debate: ‘War,’ And ‘Israel’"


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The Washington Post, as part of their helpful interactive transcript of tonight’s Republican presidential primary debate, has a graphic of the evening’s most commonly uttered words. It’s no surprise that, at a debate sponsored by two neoconservative think-tanks (American Enterprise Institute and the Heritage Foundation), candidates from the party that brought you the Iraq debacle said “war” more than just about any other word, along with “Israel.” Not on the list? “Al Qaeda,” “terror,” or “Osama Bin Laden.” Here’s the Post’s complete graphic of the top GOP foreign policy vocab:

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