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If he wins. . .

If Mitt Romney wins we can look forward to:

Finding out what happened in Benghazi.

The mainstream media resuming an adversarial relationship with the White House.

Repudiation of Mediscare politics.

Democrats defending the Senate as a deliberative and properly obstructionist body.

Another barrier falling for a minority, this time religious, seeking the presidency.

A new wave of Hillarymania.

If President Obama wins we can look forward to:

Seeing what “more flexibility” regarding Russia means.

Joe Biden beginning his 2016 presidential campaign.

Watching Obama dodge Benghazi questions for many more months.

Sandra Fluke and Big Bird breathing a sigh of relief.

Obama finally going to Israel.

That Obama immigration reform push we’ve been waiting for.

Either way, we can all enjoy the respite from: fights over voter identification in polls, debates and the moderators thereof, political ads, and associating 1 p.m. with Gallup. More important, the country can turn to trying to solve the huge problems we face. The hard part, remember, comes after the election.

Jennifer Rubin writes the Right Turn blog for The Post, offering reported opinion from a conservative perspective.

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