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So much for the referendum

In any presidential election in which there's an incumbent, there's a larger fight about whether the race is a "referendum" or a "choice." In 2012, Mitt Romney obviously wanted it to be a referendum -- if you're not satisfied with the status quo, replace President Obama with a g …
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