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    WSJ Lodges Vote-Buying Accusations, Embarrasses Self

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    The wealthy elite don’t seem to understand the difference between vote-buying and good governance.

    The Wall Street Journal editorial board delivered once of the worst takes of the election — accusing President Obama of vote-buying as his administration tries to help indebted students of for-profit colleges.

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