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Mara Liasson, national political correspondent for NPR, discusses the Michigan primary, how Mitt Romney is talking about his stance on the auto bailout, and Rick Santorum’s rise.
It's as reasonable to say people who spend too long conducting political campaigns catch a "disease" as to say it's people who spend too long in Washington.
What a disappointing group.
If Mitt had a spine, he would have stuck to the quite legitimate argument that Detroit should not have been bailed out.
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