Few conservative columnists have been more brutal critics of Mitt Romney for the past five years than Deroy Murdock. Today, however, Murdock highlights some wonderful stories about the decency of the GOP nominee. He writes this:
"Americans might like Romney even more if they understood his random acts of kindness and significant feats of bravery. As Mara Gay, Dan Hirschhorn, and M. L. Nestel wrote for TheDaily.com: “A man weighed down by the image of a heartless corporate raider who can’t relate to people actually has a history of doing remarkably kind things for those in need.”
Then he gives several great examples. It's a great read.
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