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The liberal blogosphere latches onto a video showing Mitt Romney putting something flat and white onto his podium before he debates President Obama. A cheat sheet, or just a hanky?
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The GOP nominee finally concedes that he was "just completely wrong" to write off half the country as lazy moochers
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The GOP nominee who once advocated "self-deportation" suggests that he'd let many young illegal immigrants stay in the country for years
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