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Romney: “Not Terribly Politically Involved” Until He Ran For Governor
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In response to a query about Mitt Romney questioning Newt Gingrich’s Ronald Reagan bonafides, Romney just said he “wasn’t terribly politically involved” until he ran for Governor here in Massachusetts.

So Romney “wasn’t terribly politically involved” when he ran against Ted Kennedy in 1994?

He “wasn’t terribly politically involved” when he said he didn’t want to return to Reagan-Bush?

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