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Grand old unification

28 Aug 2012 By Daniel Indiviglio

In a tight election, a divided Republican party won’t beat President Obama. His opponent, Mitt Romney, must bring together old-school conservatives, Austrian economists, Bible beaters and tea partiers by focusing on common ground: repairing Uncle Sam’s balance sheet.

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