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I don't want to sound like a plant from Fox or anything, but why is there only a successful campaign to look at this year? Wasn't there one out of two successful last time around, too? I didn't vote for GWB, but apparently quite a few folks did...why? What did he say? Do we only look at campaigns where we like the politics? It seems like success doesn't start and stop at the aisle.

BTW, it WILL be more fun to look at the campaign this year, though :)

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