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Ann Romney blames media, negative ads for husband's image

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ELIZABETHTOWN, PA. -- Ann Romney called it a "myth" that her husband has veered to the right over the years, insisting there is little difference between the moderate figure who was governor of Massachusetts and the conservative who is running for president. 

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