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Missing from New Yorker’s 3,600-word Obama endorsement: ‘Unemployment;’ ‘Deficit;’ ‘Poverty;’ ‘Gas prices’

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You probably never expected The New Yorker to endorse Mitt Romney. But you might have expected that when they inevitably endorsed Obama, they would at least address a few of the arguments that have turned roughly 50 percent of American likely voters against him. If you did expect that, you are certainly disappointed today. You will find several clever turns of phrase in the magazine’s editorial...

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