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April 07, 2011

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I believe they don't really want the Presidency in 2012, but will be happier in 8 years to be in the same position Democrats were in 08 with Bush.

If there is no marked improvement in the economy - the real one, not Wall Street's - the R's will say we tried the Democrat tax and spend way (even if it hasn't happened quite like that).

This is the big disaster of the Obama presidency, whether or not he loses in 2012, he's going to get "the Left" blamed for policies it never got a chance to implement.

There may be an election in 2012, but winners only in the most literal sense of those that win the contests. The rest of us lose either way.

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