The speech didn’t break any new ground, but it walked the line between emphasizing shared social conservatism and themes of religious tolerance. It was competently delivered, though reactions will probably be based largely on people’s preexisting feelings about Mitt Romney. Romney clearly spoke to a friendly crowd at the Bush Library.
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