washingtonpost.com PostTalk: Unity08
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washingtonpost.com PostTalk: Unity08

washingtonpost.com's new PostTalk newsmakers' show with Chris Cillizza interviewing actor Sam Waterston and former Gov. Angus King (I-Maine), leaders of Unity08. Waterston believes that if actor Fred Thompson enters the presidential race, he will likely adopt a right-wing platform. King said the pressures of entering the race and adopting polarized views are already evident among a few presidential candidates, such as Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Gov. Mitt Romney (R-Mass.). Unity08 seeks a middle-of-the-road candidate. Video by Brie Hall/post.comRead Related Story

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