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    • Colin Wright
    • 01.11.10 | 20:16 (IST)

    Renominating Obama gets the Democrats 15% of the vote. Between actual alienation and just lower turnout, not renominating him costs them at least half of that 15%. Obama would have to be videotaped molesting small children to avoid being renominated. For better or worse, he's running again in 2012.

    from the article: Democrats split on whether Obama should serve a second presidential term
    First published 14:27 01.11.10 | Last updated 14:27 01.11.10
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