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The Heartbeat-Away Derby is Under Way

Now that Mitt Romney is the de facto Republican nominee, the political press corps can indulge in a compulsion as addictive as OxyContin and as frivolous as Angry Birds. The rules of the Pundits Guild stipulate that as soon as the news broke Tuesday afternoon that Rick Santorum was suspending his campaign, the vice-presidential frenzy had to begin without even...
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