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From August, 2009. Sally Kohn scoffs:

For the record, 83% of Americans think U.S. foreign policy should focus on partnering with other countries “according to shared ideas of what is best for the world as a whole”. A mere 16% think we should use our power solely or even primarily to protect “U.S. interests”.

One has to wonder if McCain and Lieberman were thinking about “what is best for the world as a whole” when they were patting Gadhafi on the back.

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