What if we chose presidents using job interviews?
Suppose the presidential election was settled by a series of traditional job interviews. Here's what we'd look for if Romney or Obama were across the desk
Mitt Romney at a victory rally in New Hampshire on Sept. 7: Since the GOP and Democratic conventions, Mitt Romney has seen President Obama nudge ahead of him in several polls.
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