Sunday, August 08, 2004

The horserace, political fumbles, the knockout blow. Once again, sports metaphors are a ubiquitous part of the presidential campaign. But this year, sports themselves are in the middle of the political playing field. And the images of the candidates on the water, on the mound or against any other sporting backdrop may have a real impact on the final score. OTM's John Solomon gives this play-by-play of the campaign's last lap.

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