Obama Is the Least Bad Choice U.S. Voters Can MakeClive Crook
Oct. 31 (Bloomberg) -- With a week to go and Hurricane Sandy bringing fresh uncertainty and new opportunities for gaffes, the U.S. presidential election still looks tied. Last week, I argued that the contest need not have been this close, that Barack Obama could have won comfortably if he’d governed and campaigned as the centrist he said he was in 2008 and not the thwarted progressive he turned out to be.
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