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Sounds to me you have cam lean, and no it is not supposed to be this way. In fact, it can get quite dangerous, and if the lean is too far extreme, the string can derail off the cam.

I don't know which cam system you have, but most Mission bows used a single cam. A single cam uses a perfectly round wheel on top, and the bottom has a curve shaped cam.

It's a rather easy fix if you can press the limbs and relax the strings. There is a yoke on the top. You take the string loop off the post and put is 1 complete twist of the yoke string,depending which side you need to influence the cam over. If the bottom of the top wheel is leaning to the right,you twist the right yoke. This will bring the cam over towards the left. Repeat until you get the string feeding dead center off that top wheel.
 
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