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George Will: If GOP Can’t Win Now, They Should ‘Get Out of Politics’

George Will took a pointed jab at fellow panel member Paul Krugman on ABC’s This Week. He pointed out that if the labor-force-participation rate was at the same level as when the recovery began, the unemployment rate would be over 11 percent. Then he took a dig at Krugman, a staunch defender of the president’s economic policies.  

Will also noted that the job numbers should guarantee Republicans significant victories in November — and if they can’t pull them off, they should call it quits.

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