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10/16/2012

What can't Mitt Romney can't say tonight? Exactly what he said ten years ago.

by Jeremy Hooper

I know the fact that Mitt Romney is an Olympic level flip-flopper is not news. However, upon revisiting some of the planks that were in his campaign for Mass Governor, I do find it both pertinent and striking to consider how his full-throated support for any one of the following in tonight's debate would so fully alienate his conservative base:

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Romney for Governor (2002 Archive)

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