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Candidate has another teary moment

Says he's not ashamed of having emotions

Mitt Romney's first noteworthy misty-eyed moment of the campaign came at the end of his nationally televised speech on faith and politics earlier this month in Texas. 'God bless this great land, God bless the United States of America,' he declared. Mitt Romney's first noteworthy misty-eyed moment of the campaign came at the end of his nationally televised speech on faith and politics earlier this month in Texas. "God bless this great land, God bless the United States of America," he declared. (Ben Sklar/Getty Images)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / December 19, 2007

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After his eyes filled with tears for the third time in as many weeks on the presidential campaign trail, Mitt Romney explained that, no, he is not immune to sadness and grief. (Full article: 670 words)

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