Conventional Thinking 

Both parties are running scared and hedging their bets, but somebody's got to win this thing, right?

CHARLOTTE and TAMPA BAY — Forget for a moment the 50-50 polls, the assumptions that the economy will swing (or dip) this way or that, and the consensus that the presidential election of 2012 — characterized, as always, by the contending parties…

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