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Examiner Editorial: Signs of gathering second-term storms in Galesburg

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Being president of the United States is arguably the toughest job in the world. The most obvious evidence of this fact is the steady greying of the men who occupy the office, especially among those who win second terms. But there are other more subtle signs of weariness in a president, several of which President Obama displayed in his Galesburg speech Wednesday. Re-elected presidents always...

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