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kinder, gentler nation

Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years, 3 months ago

The vision of a kinder, gentler nation is a vision that inspires everyone, regardless of political persuasion. But the practical realities of imposing order on society invariably threaten the realization of that vision. Unless you have a leader like Mitt Romney.

 

In Massachusetts, Romney found a way to provide healthcare for 500,000 uninsured people without casting their burdens on the state. He found a way to defend the role of traditional families at the same time he denounced the discrimination of gays and lesbians. And he advanced education in the inner cities by rewarding teachers rather than threatening them.

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