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You are probably hearing a lot of talk from candidates these days as we begin the countdown to the November election. Should a candidate be held accountable for something he or she said or did many years ago? Is a candidate's personal life "fair game" in an election? How much of the campaign rhetoric — the things candidates say about their beliefs and about their opponents — that we hear is true? How can you know if it is true? Give us an example of campaign rhetoric you have read in the Times lately that makes you CRAZY!

[Last modified: Tuesday, May 25, 2010 11:35am]


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