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Romney bullied a gay student in high school

So much for tender and sensitive. Big story in the Washington Post about Romney being a teenage bully. Mitt Romney returned from a three-week spring break in 1965 to resume his studies as a high school senior at the prestigious Cranbrook School. Back on the handsome campus, studded with Tudor brick buildings and manicured fields, he spotted something he thought did not belong at a school.
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