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ROUNDS 1 2 3 4 ISSUE Energy and the Environment Iraq Image Resources ACTION Gas prices are a national concern, but for the presidential candidates, it's not easy being green and addressing high costs as well. John McCain is vulnerable to charges of flip-flopping and parroting President George W. Bush on offshore drilling, while Barack Obama risks appearing insensitive to his proposals' potential economic costs. Obama's early, outspoken opposition to the Iraq war helped him capture his party's nomination--and at one point seemed likely to ensure him the White...

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