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By Richard K. Barry Oh, what the hell. Let's be nice. Yes, Barack Obama has been saying for some time that electing Mitt Romney as president would be to return to the failed policies of George W. Bush. But today he had George over to the house for a little party and the unveiling of W's portrait. No snarky talk at all.Sometimes partisanship takes a holiday, and yesterday was one of those days.
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