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Mitt Romney’s marriage (equality) problem

By Jacob Combs With Mitt Romney having all but clinched the Republican presidential nomination after Rick Santorum withdrew himself from the race, pundits and politicos alike are eyeing Romney to see whether he will truly prove himself an Etch-a-Sketch candidate by attempting to rebrand himself as a moderate for the general election.  Romney is in [...]
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