MANCHESTER, N.H. -- The Democratic candidates for president squared off Sunday in a debate in New Hampshire that focused on the war in Iraq, terrorism and health care.
Moderator Wolf Blitzer asked the candidates about their stance on the war and, for those in Congress, their recent votes on funding for the war. The candidates clashed over whether Democrats were allowing the war to continue by not ending funding for the war.
"Unfortunately, we don't have a president who is willing to change course," Sen. Hillary Clinton said. "I thought it was the time to say enough is enough, to send a very strong message that they should begin to come home."