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Lacking inspiration

July 20, 2012
By Dr. David Turner , The Inter-Mountain

If ever there was a candidate trapped by his own party's nomination process, it is Mitt Romney. Judging from his remarks on the trail, he has bid adieu to his Massachusetts past. Taunting the NAACP and accusing minority voters of wanting "free stuff" is a little touch of Willie Horton in the night. Not since George H.W. Bush's "read my lips, no new taxes" pledge has a candidate seemed willing to say anything to please "the base."



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