The Mitt Romney campaign put this venn diagram up a few days ago, aiming to show the “promise gap.” On the left is an Obama promise, and on the right is the result. In the middle, the combination of the promise and the result, is the gap. Wait, that’s not right.
Mitt Romney pseudo-venn diagram, used incorrectly
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