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Mitt Romney did get booed while speaking to the NAACP, but at least he wasn't afraid to talk about race or religion.
Past presidential candidates have been able to connect with unlikely constituencies, but Romney has proven he can't.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden is offering a rebuttal of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney before the nation's largest civil rights organization, defending President Barack Obama's record before black voters.
The Republican candidate was booed as he vowed to repeal Obamacare before the group.
Mitt Romney gets points for making an appearance but endures boos at NAACP event.
HOUSTON (AP) — Republican Mitt Romney will tell black voters during a speech to the NAACP that backing him for president is in the best interest of their families.
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