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_creationDate   November 4, 2012 5:09:02 PM
_modificationDate   November 4, 2012 5:09:02 PM
_creator   Yaron Koren
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Author   Democrat and Chronicle editorial board
Source   Democrat and Chronicle
Date   November 4, 2012
URL   http://www.democratandchronicle.com/article/20121104/OPINION04/311030063/Obama-president-reservations
Quote   Like the country as a whole, the Editorial Board was split, and debated at length before making what was a difficult decision. The president has, in many ways, disappointed those who endorsed his vision for hope and change in 2008. And he has deviated from his stated intention of bringing a new era of cooperation to Washington. The challenges faced by the nation — economic and otherwise — cry out for leadership. Obama must redouble his efforts to be that leader.
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Obama for president, with reservations by Democrat and Chronicle editorial board (Democrat and Chronicle, November 4, 2012) (view)

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Topic   United States presidential election, 2012
Position_fragment   Obama should be elected
Position   United States presidential election, 2012 / Obama should be elected
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Obama should be elected

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Topic   United States presidential election, 2012
Position_fragment   Romney should be elected
Position   United States presidential election, 2012 / Romney should be elected
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Romney should be elected

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