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The Paul principle

By The Granite Stater  

e1091218_a88ce5d4.jpgIt is now 10 hours until the polls close. Your guest blogger is out and about, blogging from some snow-covered roadsides. I have been in the US for a few weeks now, and am therefore out of touch with British coverage of the primaries. So I don’t know if British audiences will be aware which of the many presidential campaigns is the most interesting. Obama has the hype. Romney has the money. The Clinton machine is never to be underestimated. But the most interesting, innovative campaign in the entire election—to this point—is none…

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