Why the GOP can beat Obama
It is fashionable among conservative pundits and GOP operatives to bemoan the state of the Republican presidential primary race. But even without a Paul Ryan, Wis., or a New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in the race, there is still a good shot at beating President Obama — the best shot at upsetting an incumbent president, I would argue, since 1992.
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