An attack in Iraq Wednesday killed 14 Marines attached to Camp Lejeune's second Marine Division. It's the bloodiest bombing since local troops returned to the fight earlier this year. Word of the deaths came just as Republican Third District Congressman Walter Jones came to Jacksonville, to address a town meeting, in a place that has been critical of his position on calling for an end-plan for Iraq. The deadly day in Iraq did not shake the resolve of Congressman Jones, or several who questioned his latest stance on the Iraq War. All say America needs to finish the job. The issue now is, how long should that take?
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