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Don’t call it a comeback

Bill Clinton is back in the limelight as an attack dog for the Obama campaign. Is he looking ahead to 2016?

By Diane Roberts  

Barack Obama hugs Bill Clinton after Clinton's speech at the 2012 Democratic National Convention (photo: Kris Krüg)

The Big Dog is out of his kennel. Bill Clinton is running free in the swing states, pressing the flesh, speechifying till he’s hoarse, firing up the Democratic faithful and lauding Barack Obama. At a rally in Florida, he reminded young people that Obama made student loans more affordable. In Ohio, he told pensioners that Obama is the only candidate who can save Medicare. In Iowa, he whipped up the…

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