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Defending the Indefensible

From the diaries. The Beer Test There is something  in politics called the “beer test.” It is the idea that a candidate needs to be perceived by the public as someone they would want to have a drink with and just shoot the breeze. This was one of the winning factors that Barack Obama and Bill Clinton had and even George W. Bush had with | Read More » The post Defending the Indefensible appeared first on RedState.
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