What he says, and what he does.

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    Tactically, he is better serving out his term since he will be done and have a two terms under his belt with plenty of time to prepare for a potential presidential run in 2016.  Serving in the Obama admin doesn't necessarily bolster his credentials any more than his EXECUTIVE EXPERIENCE as Governor does. 

     
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    What reason is there to think he would change his mind now...?  (Contrarian vagueness aside...)

     

     
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    Hey, I am not saying he should run or vouching for his electoral prospects, his name is one that tends to come up for 2016 discussions, and based on that calculus I would think serving two full terms would increase his credibility versus leaving early to take an admin job, even if it were an AG appointment.

     
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