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What was Bill Clinton doing at Roberta’s? And does Mitt Romney really eat at “ethnic food joints”?

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Foodies-in-Chief

What was Bill Clinton doing at Roberta's? And does Mitt Romney really eat at "neighborhood ethnic joints"?

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Mitt Romney won't hire a contractor or pay 99 cents for an iPad app. And that's supposed to make people vote for him?

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Obama's national advantage is buttressed by a lead in states worth 348 electoral votes.

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Nobody Likes Mitt

If Romney loses, it’ll be because voters don't like him. That doesn't mean they're being superficial.

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The tracking polls showed Obama remaining at elevated levels, but the Washington Post threw a wrench into a clear assessment of the race:   The Washington Post showed Obama leading by 1 point among likely voters but 6 points among registered voters, a bounce of 3 points among likely voters and 7 points among registered voters. As a result, the gap between registered and likely voters actually widened after the DNC, presumably because Obama only swayed the views of unlikely voters without convincing them to turnout on his behalf.

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The other obits all said Rev. Moon called himself the messiah. Why did his own Washington Times leave that out?

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Paul Ryan wants to talk about the auto industry? Let's do it. It may be the single best argument for Obama's reelection.

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Why do we still care about the timeline of late-night TV programming?

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Paul Ryan's ill-fitting suits, contrary to critical opinion, are actually a smart political move.

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