In this photo taken Oct. 10, 2012, John Lynch, CEO of the U-T San Diego newspaper, poses for a picture outside his office in San Diego. Lynch and his partner Douglas Manchester gave their 143-year-old newspaper a new slogan — "The World's Greatest Country & America's Finest City" — ran a front-page editorial that declared their plan to reshape the city's downtown waterfront their highest priority, and forecast doom if President Barack Obama wins re-election. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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In this photo taken Oct. 10, 2012, John Lynch, CEO of the U-T San Diego newspaper, poses for a picture outside his office in San Diego. Lynch and his partner Douglas Manchester gave their 143-year-old newspaper a new slogan — "The World's Greatest Country & America's Finest City" — ran a front-page editorial that declared their plan to reshape the city's downtown waterfront their highest priority, and forecast doom if President Barack Obama wins re-election. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
In this photo taken Oct. 10, 2012, John Lynch, CEO of the U-T San Diego newspaper, poses for a picture outside his office in San Diego. Lynch and his partner Douglas Manchester gave their 143-year-old newspaper a new slogan — "The World's Greatest Country & America's Finest City" — ran a front-page editorial that declared their plan to reshape the city's downtown waterfront their highest priority, and forecast doom if President Barack Obama wins re-election. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
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