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Did Mitt Romney Make the Right Decision in Speaking to the NAACP? [POLL]

Mitt Romney reached out and spoke to the NAACP at their national convention in Houston yesterday. During his speech, Romney was booed three times and given light applause the rest of the time. Many saw his speech as fruitless, but the Romney camp wanted to show that he wasn’t afraid of talking to any group. After the speech Romney was criticized for bringing up Obamacare and some on the left called his speech a political stunt.

So do you think Romney made the right choice by speaking to the NAACP? Let us know what you think in today’s LFN Poll of the Day.


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