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The headline in this morning’s Salisbury Post is maddening. “McCrory remains coy about election plans.”

Please. Coy is hardly the word for it.  He is running fulltime for governor without having to report everything he would have to report if he was an announced candidate and receiving press coverage from reporters who for some reason don’t feel obligated to get a response from Governor Perdue or anybody else.

McCrory says campaign cycles are too long. That must be why he has been campaigning fulltime since the day after the 2008 election.

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