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Obama Campaign Blunder Could Help Mitt Romney In 2012

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From the moment Mitt Romney threw his hat in the Republican nomination ring, Barack Obama's reelection campaign has been itching to deliver attacks on the candidate over Bain Capital. They have been teeing up this strategy for months. President Obama began sounding the class warfare alarm last September, and the left followed by rolling out the Occupy movement to attack “income inequality” and demonizing the so-called One Percent. No one could have doubted in which category Romney would be counted.

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