First, Mitt Romney was booed by an NAACP audience, raising questions about his ability to win the White House without winning over minority voters. Then, a bombshell news report alleged that Romney ran private equity firm Bain Capital until 2002, not 1999 as he's claimed, opening him up to charges of lying and of overseeing controversial post-1999 Bain outsourcing and layoffs. How can Mitt rescue his flailing campaign?
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