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[Posted by Karl] This week’s screwy CNN poll was at least useful in encapsulating the establishment media’s conventional wisdom about the 2012 campaign: the gender gap and likeability are the keys to Pres. Obama’s reelection over likely GOP nominee Mitt Romney.  Unsurprisingly, the reality is a bit more complex than the spin. Consider the gender [...]
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