Mitt to Obama: send “division and anger and hate back to Chicago”

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Mitt Romney, in Ohio Tuesday night, is not happy with the tone of the campaign being run by President Barack Obama and his SuperPac allies and he told the president to take his campaig of “division and anger and hate back to Chicago.” For more details on what Romney said–and the SuperPac ad at issue–read my post HERE.

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