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Ann Romney’s Poignant Question
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I watched Ann Romney’s speech online. My connection wasn’t reliable so I didn’t catch everything she said. 

But there was one question she asked I really liked.

“Did we raise our children to be afraid of success?”

No, but the Obama Administration is banking on the youth of America to resent it.

Some of her other good lines included:

“We’re smart enough to know there aren’t easy answers. We’re smart enough to know there are better answers.”

“Mitt Romney was not handed success, he built it.”

“This man will not fail. This man will not let us down. This man will lift up America.”

Ann Romney demonstrated why she is her husband’s best asset.

I can’t wait for Governor Christie’s speech.

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