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10/19/2007

Video: Semi-Live Streaming the 'Values Voters' Summit (Pt. 10)

by Jeremy Hooper

You know what's heartwarming? Spending some quality time with the love of your life on a Friday evening, swapping stories about the minutiae of your week over a nice glass of Pinot. You know what's the opposite of heartwarming? Having those good vibes interrupted by this man's demonization of your life:

Oh, that "children argument" that Mitt loves so much. You know, we better all hope for the sake of our safety that he's not president. After all, his key marriage argument suggests he might frame issues like national security in terms of the buildings, not the humans who give them rise.

'Values Voters Summit' Coverage -- Clip 10 [YouTube]
**MORE: See Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 11, Part 12, Part 13, Part 14, Part 15, & Wrap-Up

***NOTE: People For The American Way's "Right Wing Watch" blog is also covering the event. Check that out as well.

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