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The DMZ: Sketchy Mitt Edition

This week's edition of The DMZ is up at Bloggingheads.tv. Matt Lewis and I on: What the Etch A Sketch gaffe reveals about Romney's consultant problem. Why do politicians and their aides embarrass themselves by sharing private campaign strategies in...
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Introducing "The DMZ"

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The weekly Bloggingheads.tv show I do with Matt Lewis has been rechristened as "The DMZ"! Check this week's edition: should Newt quit, or be Rick's VP? What lessons should Romney learn from the Palin pick? And Matt shares his big...

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