Obama Will Oppose War Funding Bills Without Exit Deadline
Obama, who had resisted measures to tie money for the war to a deadline for withdrawal, said Sunday he would no longer support funding measures in the Senate that do not include deadlines.
"We are going to bring an end to this war and I will fight hard in the United States Senate to make sure we don't pass any funding bill that does not have a deadline," Obama told the crowd.
By making the statement, Obama joined only Dodd, who has been critical of Clinton and Obama for their resistance to tying war appropriations to a schedule.
Clinton has resisted pressure to insist that paying for the war's expenses be contingent on a firm deadline for having soldiers out.
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