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Mitt Romney's campaign is working hard to chip away at President Obama's advantage among early voters, and there are signs the effort is paying off in North Carolina and Florida, two states the Republican nominee can ill afford to lose.
It's bad enough when the universal consensus is that you lost the first presidential debate. What's worse for President Obama is that his own team concedes he did so without telling the truth.
President Obama hailed a modest improvement in job growth last month as evidence his policies are working and pleaded with voters not to risk handing control of the country to GOP rival Mitt Romney, whose supply-side economics he said are the same policies that caused the financial crisis.
Wizards owner Ted Leonsis didn't have time to check, but said he was fairly certain that there isn't a single player on the current Wizards roster who was on the team when he became the majority owner back in June of 2010. He wasn't far off.
Chris Singleton was his own worst critic after the Washington Wizards finished 20-46 last season. The lockout-shortened campaign deprived rookies Singleton, Jan Vesely and Shelvin Mack of a normal training camp and the opportunity to play a regular 82-game schedule.
For one brief moment, there was a collective gasp on the first day of Wizards training camp. Bradley Beal, the No. 3 overall pick in the draft, was down.
For all its amenities, life inside the Beltway is fraught with inconvenience. While some of the area's problems are unlikely to dissipate anytime soon, no problem divides Washington-area residents quite like the deer dilemma.
Mitt Romney's top strategist ignited a firestorm in March when he suggested that the candidate could "Etch A Sketch" away his campaign from the primaries — but Mr. Romney has yet to do a general-election wipe-down.
The Wizards will begin their preseason schedule on the road against the Charlotte Bobcats, the only team that finished with a worse record than them last season. The Wizards will play a total of eight games, with just one game at home.