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The Long Campaign

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, May 19 2011

Over on the Wall Street Journal, deputy editorial page editor Daniel Henninger floats the idea that team Obama is eager to get the '12 campaign started because, in short, David Plouffe "saw early on that no Republican could survive for 18 months under pressure from new media." (via Susannah Vila)

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