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Clinton Echoes Bush Again On Gas Tax Folly

This is what caused Mark Udall (an undecided superdelegate) to lash out at the Clinton/McCain rhetoric on the gas tax. She issued a challenge on the trail saying that members of congress are either "with us or against us" on the issue.

Note: I'm not denying that politically Clinton's position is probably the more popular, but as President Bush has shown us the politically popular thing to do isn't always the right thing to do for the country.