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Ryan: Attacks a reminder world needs US leadership

Tripoli : Libya | Sep 12, 2012 at 1:48 PM PDT
Source: Miami Herald
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The hulking pizzeria owner whose presidential bear hug has thrust him into fame says he's ready to hit the campaign trail if he's asked. The hulking pizzeria owner whose presidential bear hug has thrust him into fame says he's ready to hit the campaign trail if he's asked. FULL ARTICLE AT Miami Herald
 
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