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More Substance from the “Our Politics Don’t Fit On Bumper Stickers” Crowd
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Via Drew Cline, I see the full video of Romney’s remarks from Iowa which birthed the much-derided soundbite on corporate personhood. As someone who spent quite a lot of time at Romney events during the 2008 cycle but hasn’t paid the man much attention this go around, I have to say the difference between then and now is fairly striking. This is probably the most fiery and engaged I’ve ever seen Mitt. He should be bringing this show to Iowa more often, honestly.

Oh, and in context that corporations bit isn’t much of a faux pas, but that’s not going to save the American electorate from having it endlessly blared back at us for the next year and a half.

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