How the NAACP booing works to Mitt Romney's advantage
The chilly reception was momentarily jarring for Mitt, says John Dickerson at Slate. But it also gave him the chance to look principled in the face of opposition
Mitt Romney might be forging ahead of Obama because of the stalled economy: At least 67 percent of respondents in Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania say the country's still in a recession, and that's bad news for the president.
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