Mitt Romney's famous $10,000 bet, while being portrayed as a challenge from a especially well-to-do financier, should really just be interpreted as a high bet because he felt it was a "sure thing" to win. Maybe it is time to stop the debates, which are getting somewhat redundant and only confusing the real issues.
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