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Campaign 2012 / Romney, the Conservative / A Discussion #1014503

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 10, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The questions about Mitt Romney's political history as presented at the CPAC conference introduced; details given about his positions as governor of Massachusetts. [ROMNEY - says he was a severely conservative Republican governor.] [In 2002, gubernatorial candidate ROMNEY - says he is moderate and progressive; backs a woman's right to choose, abortion and Roe v. Wade.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's James Carville and Republican strategist Ralph Reed about Romney's politics. [CARVILLE - says running as a conservative is not a winning message for Romney; notes conservativea just don't cotton to Romney.] [REED - expresses views about Romney's emphasis as governor where he changed or his views evolved.]

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