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Scot Lehigh

Essential qualities

By Scot Lehigh
Globe Columnist / June 6, 2007

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THIS WAS a debate that highlighted the essence of the top three candidates. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney displayed the verbal dexterity that renders him such a slick performer. Asked if, knowing what we know now, invading Iraq was a mistake, Romney slipped the surly bonds of the query. The question was a null set, a non sequitur, said he. ... (Full article: 334 words)

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