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Romney's recipe for success

Live from the Republican National Convention: The world according to Mitt Romney (and his speechwriters) ... in which the national debt originated on President Barack Obama's inauguration day. And so on.

Roberto De Vido writes cartoons and comics about politics, sports (and life) from a small fishing and farming village an hour southwest of Tokyo.

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Whatever happened to the separation of Church and State?  GOP Presidential hopeful Romney seems a person who lacks boundaries when it comes to proselytizing the teachings of his Latter Day Saints (LDS) faith.  I was troubled by Romney’s speech (reciting passages from the Book of Mormon, and the King James Bible), to the victims of the Colorado Shooting.  Is this what the American public is to expect from Romney in the future as the President of the United States and the leader of the country who will frequently address the public?  Romney’s behavior during this situation reassures me he is not the man to lead this country.  If he is one who cannot restrain himself from spewing the teachings of his faith, perhaps he is best suited to remain in a religious leadership position for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints - The Mormons.

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“For most of history, almost everyone was poor.”

— Marco Rubio, not much of a student of contemporary world affairs, at the Republican National Convention