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Examiner Editorial: The Swift-Baining of Mitt Romney

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On July 29, 2004, Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., came out of the Democratic National Convention with a slight lead over President George W. Bush in national presidential polls. But throughout the month of August he was put on the defensive by ads released by the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, who questioned his military record in Vietnam. By the time Bush accepted the Republican nomination in early...

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