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Re: Grosse Pointe
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I agree with James to an extent. If it was just one hazy memory the Romney MLK flap would be a one day or less story. But of course it follows others and his more general problem of credibility/conviction due to his many policy changes which other candidates are not burdened with. (I have already written and entirely agree none of this has anything to do with George Romney's civil rights record.) It becomes more important because as we noted yesterday McCain is playing this to the hilt and the Boston Globe poll numbers including the drop in Romney's trustworthiness numbers show there is some traction. When MSM and blog media get into the act on the shading/ flip flop storyline  it makes McCain's job infinitely easier. Is it more important to voters than Huckabee's ethical and policy positions? More important than  McCain's position on immigration? Iowa and NH voters will let us know in a week and a half.

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