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"Engine Charlie" at work on the Romney campaign

By Richard K. Barry What? What did I say? In a story in Tuesday's New York Times about the state of Mitt Romney's campaign now that he has secured the GOP nomination, senior Romney campaign advisor Ed Gillespie is quoted on the difficulty he believes the Obama campaign will have criticizing Romney's business experience. He says: They've had a hard time painting Governor Romney as somehow sinister.
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