About six weeks before a crucial election, and shortly after he had won the Republican nomination, Mitt Romney was trailing badly. People had unfavorable views of him. They didn’t think he cared for people like them. Women overwhelmingly favored his opponent. All of which could describe Romney’s current predicament in 2012. But the year was 2002.
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