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What if candidates could say whatever they pleased without ramifications? Some of them seem to be doing just that this campaign season.

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Nine candidates made it to prime time last night in Las Vegas, chosen again by their standing in public opinion polls.

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Defeated presidential candidate Mitt Romney was tidying up his summer home in New Hampshire when he was visited by Mark Liebovich of the New York Times.

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Defeated presidential candidate Mitt Romney was tidying up his summer home in New Hampshire when he was visited by Mark Liebovich of the New York Times.

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