Mitt Romney moves on to Israel while VP hopefuls 'audition' in swing states

Mitt Romney moves on to Israel while VP hopefuls 'audition' in swing states

Coral Springs : FL : USA | Jul 28, 2012 at 11:02 AM PDT
Source: Guardian Unlimited
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Mitt Romney and his wife Ann board his charter plane at London Stansted Airport on Saturday. Photograph: Charles Dharapak/AP With Mitt Romney overseas on a gaffe-ridden jaunt, his would-be deputies are taking up the campaigning slack back at home, jockeying for position as they press the... FULL ARTICLE AT Guardian Unlimited
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