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DNC Attack Ad: Romney is “More Conservative” Than Santorum

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Is it a coincidence the Democratic National Committee unleashed a web ad depicting presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney “more conservative” (or in other words, more out-of-touch) than Rick Santorum the very day he received his endorsement? I think not:

Even though Democrats continue to take his words out of context, I think Mitt Romney would have actually welcomed parts of this “attack” ad, say, three months ago when he was vying for votes during the Republican primary. Today, however, with the nomination locked up and general election in full swing, perhaps...