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Romney: Obama ‘Worse Than Jimmy Carter’

During a campaign stop in Chantilly, Virgina, presumptive nominee Mitt Romney again compared President Obama to conservative bete noire and former President Jimmy Carter. “It was the most anti-small-business administration I’ve seen probably since Carter,” Romney said. “Who would’ve guessed we’d look back at the Carter years as the good ol’ days, you know?”
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