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Romney planning to take aim at single motherhood

John McCain often says he should bring his mother to campaign stops to demonstrate his good genes. Yesterday he did. 'I am so happy to be here,' said Roberta McCain (center), 95, at a retirement community in South Carolina. The senator's wife, Cindy, joined them. John McCain often says he should bring his mother to campaign stops to demonstrate his good genes. Yesterday he did. "I am so happy to be here," said Roberta McCain (center), 95, at a retirement community in South Carolina. The senator's wife, Cindy, joined them. (Mary Ann Chastain/associated press)
October 18, 2007

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CLINTON, Iowa - Mitt Romney yesterday offered a preview of his closely watched speech tomorrow before a summit of Christian conservative leaders in Washington, saying that he planned to take aim at the problem of single motherhood. (Full article: 390 words)

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