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How Obama can beat Romney: Top 5 strategies

The 2012 presidential general election began in earnest earlier this week with President Obama riding relatively high in the polls over Republican challenger Mitt Romney. Sudden reversals of fortune, however, have characterized the GOP primary and the Obama-Romney battle may be no different: By week's end, in fact, a new Fox News poll showed Romney leading Obama, 46 percent to 44 percent.
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