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There was only one ‘whatever it takes’ candidate

In his Nov. 7 Op-edcolumn“Obama won, but it was an ugly win,” Jeff Jacoby accuses President Obama of becoming the candidate of “whatever it takes” because he fought a difficult campaign to keep his office.

Has Jacoby forgotten to take stock of Mitt Romney, whose opinions changed depending on his audience? Talk about a candidate who epitomizes “whatever it takes.”

Joseph Misdraji

Boston

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