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Last week, during an appearance on MSNBC, President Jimmy Carter gave his thoughts on a Mitt Romney presidency saying, “I’d rather have a Democrat but I would be comfortable. I think Romney has shown in the past, in his previous years as a moderate or progressive, that he was fairly competent as a governor and [...]
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