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Matthews: 'Voters know difference between success and sour grapes'

Let me finish tonight with this. I understand why some of the President's partisan critics are going after him over his successful mission against Bin Laden. People always attack their rivals for doing what they didn't do themselves. The Republican Party championed th …
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