Here’s an unpopular opinion: Political gaffes matter. In the wake of President Obama’s assertion Friday that “the private sector is doing fine” — and his subsequent attempt to clean up the rhetorical mess he had made for himself — many Democrats insisted that while it wasn’t his best moment, it was far from consequential in his reelection race. Read full article >>

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