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Is Mitt Romney the Don Draper candidate?

3 years agoNews : Newsweek: World

Would electing Mitt Romney in November be tantamount to promoting Mad Men's Don Draper to our nation's highest office? That's the argument Democrats are making, according to a Politico article titled "The Draperizing of Mitt Romney." The piece alleges that the Obama campaign is trying to paint the conservative Romney as a '50s-era throwback who is painfully out of touch and living in the past.
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