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Romney courts the right with jabs at Obama

Crowd reserves fervor for new faces

Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney was welcomed onstage at the Conservative Political Action Conference yesterday by the state’s new Republican US senator, Scott Brown. Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney was welcomed onstage at the Conservative Political Action Conference yesterday by the state’s new Republican US senator, Scott Brown. (Cliff Owen/ Associated Press)
By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / February 19, 2010

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WASHINGTON - Sounding like a potential rival for President Obama in 2012, Mitt Romney delivered a brutal critique yesterday of what he called American liberal “neo-monarchists’’ as he sought the favor of traditional conservatives and insurgent tea party activists at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference. (Full article: 1034 words)

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