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Washington, D.C.—At the dawn of a ramped-up war in Afghanistan, Joe Lieberman used a moment in the spotlight Wednesday to try to define the mission—as lasting well beyond mid-2011.

Lieberman’s moment lasted seven minutes, actually.

That was the Connecticut senator’s time to ask questions of the three architects of President Obama’s “surge” of 30,000 new U.S. troops he plans to send to war-torn Afghanistan.

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