Just Say No

By DAVID S. BERNSTEIN  |  June 13, 2012

And it's why staff and volunteers came over from Romney's North End national headquarters to shout down Axelrod, with chants about Obama's failures on jobs, Solyndra, and so on.

The two groups plowed ahead in the warm sun, shouting their arguments against each other, so that I couldn't make out most of what either was saying. It was clear that both sides were passionately against. And that seemed to make them all happy, even if to everyone else it was just noise.

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