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    a visit and fiscal

    Hi, can you explain what does "Visit" means in this context?

    I'm almost sure that "Fiscal" means Financially?

    "As 2006 rolled on, the requests poured in—urgent, desperate pleas from Democratic
    candidates fervent in the view that a visit from Obama would be their fiscal and political salvation"

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    Re: a visit and fiscal

    Quote Originally Posted by flowersa View Post
    Hi, can you explain what does "Visit" means in this context?

    I'm almost sure that "Fiscal" means Financially?

    "As 2006 rolled on, the requests poured in—urgent, desperate pleas from Democratic
    candidates fervent in the view that a visit from Obama would be their fiscal and political salvation"
    What do you understand by "visit"?

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    Re: a visit and fiscal

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    What do you understand by "visit"?
    Hi Bhaisahab, I understand its very simple meaning of "If Obama will come to see them" ?

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    Re: a visit and fiscal

    Quote Originally Posted by flowersa View Post
    Hi Bhaisahab, I understand its very simple meaning of "If Obama will come to see them" ?
    That's what it means. Come to see them during their election campaigns.

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