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Romney on Bhutto
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NASHUA, NH — In between retail glad-handing of voters over breakfast at local diners, Mitt Romney stopped to comment on the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, calling it a reminder of “the extraordinary reality of global violent radical jihadism.” Asked if the attack made him reconsider his criticism of Pervez Musharraf’s martial law declaration, he said no.

Here’s the (not terribly good) audio in .wma format. (That might mean it won’t play on Macs, and if so, sorry — I don’t have time to convert it to .mp3 at the moment.)

UPDATE: Fox News had a better microphone; here’s the video.

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