After nearly two hours of wending his way through largely cheering throngs here, former governor Mitt Romney offered little political firebranding in a brief speech, telling a crowd that July 4th was a time for unity. “We have differing views on political issues but with regards to our conviction that this nation is unique and exceptional we must come together and show respect for what it is that makes us such a great nation,” he said, against a stunning backdrop of Lake Winnipesaukee.
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