'Sugar Highs,' California Tossup, Big Guns Call on Iowa

'Sugar Highs,' California Tossup, Big Guns Call on Iowa

Columbus : OH : USA | Sep 14, 2012 at 10:50 PM PDT
Source: Asian Wall Street Journal
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Sugar Highs,' California Tossup, Big Guns Call on Iowa A new buzz phrase popped into the political conversation this week: sugar high. A string of Republicans used "sugar high" to dismiss polls showing President Barack Obama with a lead as well as the Federal Reserve's latest economic stimulus. FULL ARTICLE AT Asian Wall Street Journal
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