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Romney 1994: Hey Ted, Quit The Negative Attack Ads & Focus On The Issues

I'm guessing this was another position Mitt consistently held until he changed his mind.

In Iowa, Mitt Romney's been running his negative attack ad against Newt every minute. The ad just received "Four Pinocchios" from the Washington Post. In non-diplomatic speak, what Glenn Kessler is trying to tell us is that Romney is simply lying.

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It's a numbers game for Mitt in Iowa: How many will see his deceitful ad compared to how many will read the Washington Post's debunking of the it? Either way, it's shameful that Mitt's stooped so low that he's being called a liar by the Washington Post.

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