Opinion

Scot Lehigh

Rivals can’t prove they’re ‘better than Mitt’

GOFFSTOWN, N.H.

THIS WEEKEND was the last big pre-New Hampshire primary opportunity for Mitt Romney’s Republican rivals to claim the role of the Candidate Who’s A Better Bet Than Mitt. During two nationally televised debates, there were a few eye-catching encounters. Overall, however, Romney remained crisp, calm, and unruffled, the one hopeful in this uneven field who looks, sounds, and seems most like a potential president.

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