Dan Froomkin, Huffington Post
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October 11, 2012 | Ordinarily, when the U.S. is at war, there would be some discussion of that war in the presidential campaign.
In the 2012 election cycle, however, the public has been left largely in the dark when it comes to the candidates' views on the war the U.S. is still fighting in Afghanistan, or the war the U.S. recently stopped fighting in Iraq.
Vets Confront Mental Health Crisis, Soldier Suicides and Violence, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!