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Tonight's Obama NJ HQ Open House: A Video Invitation

In the looming 2012 presidential contest, I admit most of my attention has been captured by the neverending Commedia dell'Arte that is the GOP primary road show. Especially because Chris Christie's positioned himself as chief saver-of-bacon for his man Mitt, a near-antidote to Mittens' cult-video observations on tree height and undisciplined speechifying style with its substitution of patriotic song lyrics (that he might want to study more carefully) for meat and substance.
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