Slips and blips don't decide the outcomes of elections
The political world is overheated and overtweeted. Every little blip and slip is treated as a decisive turning point in an election still almost five months away. The same pundits who wrote off Mitt Romney for mentioning his wife's two Cadillacs are now dismissing Barack Obama for saying the private sector is "doing fine." They were wrong then and are wrong now.
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