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Obama the Underdog

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What a difference a week makes.

I returned home from Memorial Day vacation to read about dozens of reporters chasing former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s caravan around the East Coast—a low-stakes scavenger hunt for a candidate who has shown few signs of seriously planning a presidential campaign.


The coverage of Palin, which is taking away from reporting on the more credible Republican contenders, is all the more striking given the grumblings among the media, in light of what they view as a less-than-sizzling start to the 2012 presidential campaign. A recent story in Politico featured lamentations from editors and reporters saying just how boring this election is poised to be. Others went on the record to argue there just wasn’t much news to cover yet, at least in comparison to 2008.

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