Former Massachusetts Governor Michael S. Dukakis, in his famously blunt speaking style, today labeled Mitt Romney a “fraud” as governor, said that Elizabeth Warren’s US Senate ads have been disappointing and will be changed, and declared that Raymond L. Flynn had abandoned his political past by endorsing Scott Brown. Dukakis, appearing at the first party convention in the South since the 1988 meeting in Atlanta that made his the party’s presidential nominee, implored the delegates to spread the word.
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