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OPINION

2012 Republicans Ignore Each Other, for Now

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The odd truth about the 2012 Republican presidential primary is that there really isn’t one yet.

If primary campaigns are meant to offer a clash of ideas from which a party’s voters can pick their preferred candidate, the Republican contest hardly qualifies. Instead of striving to define each other, the nine Republicans who have officially jumped into the race are primarily focused on drawing contrasts with President Obama.

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