Chris Davis Explains It All ... Again 

It's difficult to listen to McCain surrogate Randy Scheunemann's criticisms of Barack Obama without being reminded of George W. Bush's immortal words, "Fool me twice ... you won't be fooled again." Because when it comes to fooling the American people, Scheunemann's been…

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